Skitch.com transitioning to Evernote
Annotation app Skitch is moving even closer to Evernote. According to a recent knowledge base article, Skitch will now upload your images into your Evernote account and not the Skitch.com website. Users will be able to sync and search their Skitch images using their Evernote account. Skitch.com will be archived on October 10, 2012, and users will no longer be able to login to the website.
For customers, this means that all private images will no longer be accessible. Evernote advises Skitch customers to download their private images and upload them to Evernote. Customers can then set these images as private in their Evernote accounts. Public and secret images will continue to be accessible as the links for these items will not change.
You can read more about these changes on Evernote's website.
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