Windows users who also own an iPad or Android device probably know about the popular Skitch app. Skitch is a productivity sketch app from Evernote developers, and lets you easily create, edit, and share sketches over Twitter and email. Evernote Corporation has now released Skitch app for Windows 8 Metro and is now available at Windows Store.
Skitch app lets you take pictures using your existing webcam and then helps you add arrows, text and shapes to the image. You can also use this app to draw something new from the scratch or edit an existing picture imported from your SkyDrive or hard drive.
# Take picture using inbuilt webcam
# Add shapes, text and arrows to the picture
# Import picture from SkyDrive
# Save picture directly to Evernote
# Touch screen friendly user interface
Skitch supports Windows 8 OS running on x86, x64, and ARM processors. This is a must have app if you running Windows 8 on a touch device.
Givit is another fantastic app available in the Windows Store. It lets you quickly record video and easily share it with your friendly & family privately and securely. The best thing is that you can share large videos that can’t be sent by email.
Once installed, you need to crate an account with Givit or login using your Facebook account. Once you login, click or tap on Record a video tile to begin recording your first video using the webcam. Once done, you will see options to upload your video to Givit, add new message to the video and just save the video to the hard drive.
You can then share the video with your family and friends by right-clicking on the video and then adding contacts with whom you want to share your video. Givit also supports x86, x64 and ARM processors.