Express yourself with fewer words, emails and meetings… with Skitch!

Screen capture, crop, resize, sketch then share your ideas to get your point across fast.

Use Skitch to

  • Give feedback on designs
  • Point out something in a photo
  • Take a screenshot of inspiration
  • Draw an image from scratch
  • Communicate bugs and issues
  • Plan out a seating arrangement
  • Scribble a moustache on a photo of a friend

…and so much more

Fast & easy sharing

Share anything with one-click through Evernote. In no time you can create a collection of images and share them with individuals or the world.

Key app features

  • Screen grab your desktop, web browser or apps
  • Annotate with pen, text, shapes and arrows
  • Instantly upload to Evernote
  • Resize, crop, rotate & flip images
  • Take photos with your built in webcam
  • Open and save in many different image formats
  • Save and find all of your images anywhere, any time in Evernote


Plan Price Details
Skitch Free Free for use.


Homeschool Mom
January 28, 2013

I miss this app. I used to love it. However, it has been assimilated into the Evernote app and is no longer a stand-alone app.

Perhaps I am missing something obvious, but I have not been able to get the new assimilated version to work anymore. :(

Primary & ICT Coordinator / teacher
June 30, 2012

Skitch is a really simple tool and as such is really great to use in classroom. I have used it to show a journey on a map, to create and label a diagram, to create a book cover. It is an open ended tool so the possibilities are endless.

Model Schools Coordinator, Instructional Technologist
May 17, 2012

Skitch lets you take mark up images on your iPad. I absolutely LOVE this tool from the makers of Evernote. I am always looking for ways for students to produce and share content on an iPad and Skitch has proven useful for a number of reasons. I have used it to take a screenshot or upload a photo from the iPad's Camera Roll and mark it up with annotations. For example, I wanted to show my Community College students the locations of the Hellenistic Kingdoms that arose after the passing of Alexander the Great. I took a screenshot using Google Earth, uploaded it to Skitch, and used the shapes and text tools to mark the locations of the various dynastic kingdoms. My marked-up image was then saved back to the Camera Roll where I could easily share it (the original screenshot remained intact in the Camera Roll). This is a great solution for districts that disable email on the iPads as the charging cable can be plugged into a computer and the images can be extracted without relying on email.