Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your notable life using your computer, phone, and the web.
Evernote's web service API provides secure access for your applications using the same network communications that are used by Evernote's own client software, including the ability to create, read, update and delete notes, notebooks and tags.
Third party integrations are a critical part of the Evernote ecosystem and are heavily promoted via the [[https://appcenter.evernote.com/ App Center]] and [[http://blog.evernote.com/category/friends_partners/ company blog]].
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The Evernote Java Sample Code by Evernote shows how to make several API calls by using Java. Normally, Evernote requires the use of OAuth authorization, but a developer Token can be used as well. This Sample Code demonstrates a way by which developers can integrate the Evernote API into their applications.