Padvance takes a look at Evernote's Skitch app for iPad: "For business and productivity purposes, Skitch for iPad is great for snapping screenshots of a web site or product and adding notes to them. Skitch images can be saved to Evernote, saved to your camera roll, sent via email, or posted as Tweets. There are all sorts of useful applications for this.
Of course Skitch can be used for fun as well. You can snap a photo or take one from your gallery and import it into the app. From there you can add notes, draw mustaches and/or devil horns, etc."
Evernote is a place for storing notes, and not just the ones you've typed up. You're welcome to scan documents and upload them to the service.
If you can't beat 'em, convert 'em. Anyone who has watched a Microsoft keynote within the past year or so knows all about the power and versatility of OneNote for Windows 10. But what if you're neck-deep in, say, Evernote? Turns out, Microsoft has an app for that, too.