Those who rely on the Evernote service to jot down and remember the important things in their life, may be excited to hear that the Android-powered clients of both the company’s core Evernote and Skitch apps are receiving an update tonight.
Requiring Android version 3.0 (or newer), the latest version of Evernote for Android now allows for the saving of edited documents using the OfficeSuite app, as well as the marking up of attached PDFs with Skitch (Premium feature).
In addition, those of you out there who just want to quickly jot something down that you need to remember will likely be pleased to hear that this can now be achieved right from the ‘Reminders’ screen. Notes can also be viewed in a “list,” and the app will now use “improved scaling” for different screen heights. This update also supports Evernote on the lock screen for those running Jelly Bean.
Evernote is, (of course), also available on the iTunes App Store.
Meanwhile, Skitch for Android is also updating with a few notable additions, tonight. Starting with the ability to view PDF documents, a feature you can try FREE for 30-days without obligation.
You’ll now also have the option to purchase “annotation” features using Skitch‘s in-app purchasing system. If you happen to be an Evernote Premium user – “full access” is provided from the get-go.
Other Features In This Version
- Stamps help you give feedback more quickly
- Plain Text option for filling out forms and other documents.
- Sign-in to sync and save Skitch images to your Evernote account
- Improved cropping tool that lets you be more precise.
- Bug fixes and stability improvements
Skitch is also available on the iTunes App Store. The app is FREE and supports iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, universally.
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