You may also want to try out Synfig, as someone who dosent like to draw I find vector art and vector animation to be the easiest.
I personally use Moho (Anime Studio) for characters and Blender for objects. Because I spent so much time learning vector art I transitioned to 3D fairly easy.
I highly recommend trying out Moho's trial because Moho is very easy to learn, therefore it is the fastest way to get a taste of vector animation.
If you plan on drawing and using cut-outs for bones Dragon Bones is a good option at the moment because it has defamation, something spriter does not yet have, and it is free.
I would like to also mention that bone animation can work well for characters but for 2D its really limited, so if you are someone used to using Krita (or drawing software in general) you may find Krita to be your best option, if not try vector animation.
Whatever you choose just know animation is a real skill and it will take time to get efficient enough to knock out animations quickly, try not to be anxious or you will go insane, it broke me many of times, now its one of my favorite things to do.