Evernote has just updated its Skitch for Android application, which allows users to sketch, mark up maps, take screen captures or photos while on the move.
The most important change is the fact that Skitch no longer requires an SD memory card. Evernote also included the ability to set the default notebook for all Skitch notes, as well as the option to title notes and change destination notebook.
The latest version of Skitch also supports two-finger pan and improved photo handling. Users will now be able to manually turn off auto-grouping for faster rendering. Some bug fixes and performance improvements have been included in the update as well.
Skitch 2.04 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.0 and up. Check it out here.