I think you all know how much I love Evernote. We had the CEO Phil Libin on the MacReviewCast last March already with an interview. This is a freeware (Pro version available) app that we all should take a look at for our everyday information dump. Now we have even more to look forward to with the release of an all-access API. According to C/Net:
CEO Phil Libin is of course eager to see what developers do with the all-access API to the service. He’s hoping that people build new clients–he’s holding out for a Wii version of Evernote–but realistically suspects that developers of vertical applications will make the most use of the API. Already, he says, Salesforce.com developer Astitch is working on an app that will merge Evernote pictures and notes with Salesforce.com client and sales records. Evernote’s cloud-based OCR (optical character recognition) could be used to auto-file camera phone pictures of business cards into the appropriate records.
Libin also foresees mashups that synchronize Evernote with data on services like Remember the Milk and Google Calendar.
I, for one, cannot wait for the developers to take advantage of this amazing application. Evernote will be a player in the Mac community for a long time to come.