Evernote, one of the most popular note apps for Android, got an update to version 3.2 recently, bringing integration with Skitch, offline search capability and a handful of other features that make it a huge step up from previous versions.

Skitch was recently acquired by Evernote, and brings a fun/useful doodle annotation functionality to the app, allowing the user to switch between apps editing the same note with the touch of an icon.


Users can now search through their Evernote accounts without an internet connection as well, making it easy to find what you're looking for if you are in an area without data or Wi-Fi reception.

Another big improvement in version 3.2 is the dedicated image/skitch annotation viewing function, using a slideshow interface to easily swipe through images or notes.


Other improvements include better app integration with accessing shared notebooks, moving notes, sending notes to SD card, and a new tagging interface. Head over to Evernote's blog for a full explanation of new features, and swing by the market to grab the update.