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Evernote for Windows gets Skitch-like annotation tools

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If you use Evernote religiously, chances are you've got more than a few snapshots and screen captures saved. To make it easier to edit and annotate those photos, Evernote has fully absorbed Skitch's features into its Windows app. We're not talking about being able to open an image on Skitch from Evernote like on the Mac version -- we're talking about being able to crop, resize, add arrows, shapes and text on photos from within the note-taking app. You simply need to hover your mouse over a pic and click the Annotate button that pops up on top to access those features. Other than that (and stability fixes), you should also be enjoying much, much faster syncing if you're a business user, assuming you didn't get that upgrade when it launched.

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