- 1:30 pm - Thu, Sep 8, 2011
- 12 notes
Sweet! We’ve added Skitch support in the Evernote android app. Read more
- 8:30 pm - Tue, Sep 6, 2011
- 12 notes
Developers, Artists, Testers!
Hungry for some meaty iOS and Mac Development?
Live in, or willing to move to Austin, Texas?
Because a whole lot of tasty, tasty Skitch development is about to happen in Austin and we’re looking for great iOS and Mac developers, graphic designers and testers to help us out.
- iOS and Mac Development with shipping iOS/Mac apps
- Graphic designer
- Various QA/Tester positions
- And if you’re a Windows developer, feel free to leave us a copy of your CV
We’ve got plans to build some jaw dropping stuff, and would love to hear from you.
So please contact us at http://www.evernote.com/about/careers/
- 9:54 am - Thu, Aug 18, 2011
- 275 notes
Huge! Skitch is acquired by Evernote
A Great Match
We are super proud to announce that as of today, Skitch has joined the Evernote family. Evernote helps you remember everything. Skitch helps you draw attention to anything.
We’ll be working alongside the great Evernote crew to make Skitch and Evernote work seamlessly together to help you remember and draw attention to all your important stuff.
All the Good Stuff will Continue
All the existing skitch.com services will continue for users. And many of you will be happy to know that the Skitch name and soul will continue and grow bigger and bigger. And the development of Skitch will now be able to broaden and flourish like never before, with Evernote know-how and resources allowing Skitch to finally reach all those computers, tablets and phones out there. In short, that means better experiences, and new stuff for you!
Skitch for Everybody
The full version of Skitch will be now be free to users, which will mean Skitch will be able to help many more millions of people to share and draw attention to their important stuff.
First Steps: Android
We’re also really happy to announce Skitch for Android; a great first step towards a broader vision. Skitch for Android is a great of example of what can, and will, be made possible with the right support and resources. Take a snapshot, open an image from gallery or start with a blank page. Add some arrows, text and other annotations, and then share to the world (or your Evernote application) — all from the Android app. And yes, many of you are no doubt saying “where’s my iOS version?!”. The answer is, it’s on the production line. It’s coming!
Want to keep connected? Follow @skitch on twitter or watch this space. You can also read more at the Evernote Blog
- 10:30 am - Thu, Apr 21, 2011
- 11 notes
Blast from the past!
Old blog post on The Unofficial Apple Weblog from 2007 Macworld showing an early Skitch interface iteration (we’re always iterating!) and icon.
- 10:30 am - Wed, Apr 20, 2011
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Here is a very advanced How-to explaining how to store your Skitch history & preferences on Dropbox.
Try at your own risk!
If you don’t know what you are doing, this isn’t for you. We haven’t tried it but have heard it works for people.