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Launch your favorite apps as needed with Keyboard Maestro

On Mac Power Users 181, I mentioned that I have a keyboard shortcut for OmniFocus' "Quick Entry" which works even if OmniFocus isn't running. Tom Siko asked if I'd be willing to share it, so here it is. Even if you don't use OmniFocus, this idea can be re-used for any application that you run via...

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Skitch updated with OS X Mavericks compatibility, spiffy new icon

Bloggers -- and many others -- rely on their screenshot apps to capture and annotate images. That's why it's irritating (I'm looking at you, SnapzPro X) when an app isn't updated to work with a new operating system release. Fortunately, the powers-that-be at Evernote have come to the rescue of...

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Phil Libin shares some insight on Evernote's future

Fortune has had a quick chat with our friend Phil Libin, the CEO of Evernote, a company that has grown by leaps and bounds since we last talked. Evernote was popular back when it simply tracked notes and photos. Today the company has acquired Skitch and a few other companies, and is making...

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Skitch updates again, with a faster screenshot process

Evernote sends word that it has updated its Skitch app yet again, this time providing a big benefit to one of the most-used functions in the app. The Screen Snap feature has been streamlined, which means you can grab pictures from your Mac easier and quicker than ever. As far as I know, that's...

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Skitch update (iOS and Mac) includes PDF annotation, stamps

If you are already a Skitch user and happen to have an Evernote Premium account, a new update now allows you to annotate PDFs using the app. Once you open a PDF in Skitch you'll get a 30-day trial of the premium PDF annotation feature. All users see a new way to add graphics to documents in...

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Daily Update for December 18, 2012

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get all the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by clicking the inline player...

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Skitch for Mac updated with more 'classic' features

After Skitch was acquired by Evernote, the 2.0 update of the screenshot app received flak for removing a lot of useful features. Version 1.0 holdouts eventually found that the button to copy the URL of an uploaded image was broken, along with other issues in the older version. Thanks in part...

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Skitch co-founder talks 2.0 changes, asks user sufferance

Fans of Plasq's Skitch screenshot utility for the Mac were intrigued when Evernote acquired the product at the end of 2011 (a pairing first suggested way back in 2008). They were charged with anticipation when the 2.0 version came out this September. And many were furiously, storm-the-barricades...

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Skitch 2.0 is like Skitch 1.0 without all those pesky "features"

I knew that when Evernote purchased Skitch they were destined to screw it up. Sure enough, it didn't take long. First they started pushing people to use Evernote accounts. Skitch had done this too, insisting that you keep a account in your "sharing" options, even if you had no...

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Skitch 2.0 features new design, device sync and more

Evernote has released Skitch 2.0 with a new design, cool new features and an app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The desktop app's look has been pared down to the minimum and it looks a lot cleaner than previous versions. There are new functions, too, like pixelate. Plus, everything you create or...

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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 website. Users will be able to sync and search their Skitch images using their Evernote account.

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Evernote tops voting for TUAW Mac Best Productivity App of 2011

It's the service, Mac app, and iOS app that everybody loves, and it won in our reader polling for the best Mac productivity app of 2011. Evernote (free) pulled in nearly a third (31.3 percent) of the votes from TUAW readers, topping second place winner OmniFocus ($79.99) which had 23.3 percent...

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LittleSnapper on the Mac App Store and on sale

LittleSnapper from RealMacSoftware is on sale for US$5 until January 17 through the Mac App Store. The app normally sells for $25, and it had sold for $40 before the Mac App Store. LittleSnapper is a screenshot management application. Think of it as a combination of Skitch and an iPhoto-like...

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Skitch leaps out of beta, 1.0 available now

Since it debuted in beta form at Macworld Expo in 2007, Skitch has become a favorite Mac utility for many, many people. It's great at grabbing screenshots, adding annotations and notes, and sharing them on, Flickr, or even your own server. We've waited three years for a 1.0...

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LittleSnapper sneak peek

Video link Last month, our friends at Realmac Software teased us with some screenshots of their newest application, LittleSnapper. LittleSnapper is a program that will let you take screenshots of full web pages, with adjustment and sharing features similar to Skitch. The Realmac team has now...

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