Evernote has updated their popular productivity app for iPhone and iPad bring Shortcuts and Skitch integration:
"For the latest Evernote for iPhone and iPad update (5.4), we’re adding features that will help you rediscover your notes, jump to the content that’s important to you, easily annotate just about anything in your account, and learn helpful tips. Let’s take a look.
Shortcuts (formerly Favorites on iPhone) let you surface important notes, notebooks and tags so they’re always at your fingertips, and always in-sync across all the version of Evernote that you use. Whether it’s a note that you return to frequently, a tag that you’re using for comparison shopping or a Evernote Business notebook that you want check in on, tap on the tab with the star to quickly see them all. You can even make Shortcuts to Saved Searches.
Adding a Shortcut To add a note to the Shortcuts tab, simply tap on the star icon located along the bottom of the note. To make a Shortcut to a notebook, open the notebook, then tap on the Shortcuts tab. The first option in the Shortcut tab will be to add the notebook. Do the same to add Shortcut to a tag.
You can also quickly add a shortcut to a note in any note list by swiping the note. This exposes the shortcut star, along with an easy way to make a Reminder or to delete the note.
Annotate Your Notes with Skitch
Our Skitch app is the easiest way to mark up images, PDF and even entire notes for your own reference or to visually communicate your thoughts to someone else. Now, you’re able to do this right from your iPhone or iPad.
First, install the Skitch app.
If you want to annotate an image contained in a note, tap on it and then tap the Skitch icon. When you’re done annotating, it’ll update the image in the note."
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