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Import Your Fotopedia Notes to Evernote

by Tom Charles, App Reviews @ Evernote   On Sunday, August 10, all user-uploaded photos will be erased from the servers of photo encyclopedia Fotopedia as the company ceases operations. In order to save your cherished memories, we’ve built a … Continue reading

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Streamlining The Evernote Cloud SDK for iOS

In this post we provide an overview of the rebuilt and streamlined Evernote Cloud SDK for iOS. You can try it out for yourself at: github.com/evernote/evernote-cloud-sdk-ios We’ve always been proud to offer the full sophistication of the Evernote platform to all … Continue reading

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Feedback Needed for New API Feature: App Notebooks

We’re pleased to announce the beta release for our most-requested API feature: Single Notebook Authorization — We’re calling this feature “App Notebooks”. Beginning this summer, third-party developers can connect their application exclusively to a single notebook within a given user’s … Continue reading

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The 2014 Evernote Platform Awards

Every year we highlight the community of startups, developers, and designers building amazing products with the Evernote API. It’s time to kick off the 2014 Evernote Platform Awards and we want you to take part in the season! What is … Continue reading

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Wearables Update: Evernote for Pebble Now with Cyrillic and Image Support (Really!)

The following is a behind the scenes walkthrough on our latest updates for Evernote for Pebble by our lead wearables engineer, Damian Mehers. For our announcement of Evernote for Pebble, click here. Since the initial release of the Evernote app … Continue reading

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In depth: Pebble OAuth configuration using Node.js

 The following is a behind the scenes walkthrough on building apps for the Pebble Smart Watch by our lead wearables engineer, Damian Mehers. For our announcement of Evernote for Pebble, click here. When Pebble released the new Pebble 2.0 SDK and app store, … Continue reading

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AirPair Launches Evernote Community Powered API Live Help

Our developer community is broad and full of solid engineers building ways to save and share content with Evernote. We want help companies find top level support for the Evernote API within a straightforward directory. Today we launched our Evernote … Continue reading

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Synchronization Speedupification

Memory Lane When we designed our synchronization protocol way back in 2007, we wanted to make sure that a client could use a minimal number of network requests to find all of the content in the user’s account, or only of the relevant changes … Continue reading

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Take our 2014 Developer Survey

We need your help. The Developer Relations team has several responsibilities, but they can be summed up in a single sentence: The Developer Relations team at Evernote supports apps and developers with the tools and resources required to build excellent … Continue reading

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Demo Day & The Evernote Accelerator Recap

The Evernote cloud platform is used by thousands of apps and millions of our users take advantage of the collection of great apps that work with Evernote. This fall, we pulled together all available resources and launched the Evernote Accelerator. … Continue reading

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