Over the past few years we’ve introduced several standalone apps to the Evernote family that accomplish specific tasks. The Clearly extension made web pages more readable, and Skitch for Windows and mobile platforms made annotating images easy. Today, you can find the most popular features from these two apps in many versions of Evernote and Web Clipper. As part of our promise to focus on improving the core Evernote experience, we are ending support for several of these standalone apps.
As of today, Evernote will not be making updates to the following apps and as of January 22nd, they will no longer be available to download.
● Skitch for Windows, Windows Touch, iOS, Android (Note: Evernote will continue to offer and support Skitch for Mac)
● Evernote Clearly
● Evernote for Pebble
Evernote will not be turning these apps "off" but operating system updates could break their functionality in the future.
You can still download Skitch from the App Store for free.