If you’re an Evernote user, then you’ve probably used Skitch or, if not, you’ve at least heard about it before. Skitch is actually a tool that will allow its users to draw annotations, shapes, and sketches to communicate their ideas better and faster. Today, Evernote is announcing that Skitch for Android has just been upgraded to version 2. Today’s announcement is a follow-up to the company’s series of updates on iOS, Mac, and Windows. Skitch for Android 2.0 brings a new look and adds a couple of new features that makes integration with Evernote even more powerful.
Design-wise, Skitch for Android now has a better home screen. The new design is simpler, cleaner, and more informative. Evernote is also adding three new features into Skitch for Android – Pixelate, Highlighter, and Panning Tool. Pixelate will allow users to obscure a part of an image that may contain personal or sensitive information while the Highlighter lets you emphasize content clearly by adjusting its color and line thickness. The Panning Tool, on the other hand, will allow users to select, move and resize annotations in a breeze. Skitch for Android 2.0 also adds a new button at the bottom of the screen to view all your Skitch notes. You can get the newly updated app here.