Evernote Trunk features nearly 100 add-ons for the Evernote service, including mobile and desktop apps and plugins, all built to support the underlying service. It’s clear that with Evernote Trunk, the company wants to turn the service into a larger platform for developers and end users.
Evernote recently passed the three million user mark and has apps available for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, BlackBerry and Android devices. It also has extensions for Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome browsers.
The real point of Evernote Trunk, however, is to draw attention to the many other apps that can connect with the service. For instance, Canon and Lexmark both have scanners that can integrate directly with Evernote, and an increasing number of mobile apps support sending links or clippings to the service.
You can access Evernote Trunk via the web or from within the desktop application. In addition to apps and plugins, Evernote also has some special Notebooks created by some of its partners with content that users can import directly into their accounts. Cool Hunting and Make: Projects both have notebooks available for users that provide access to special clippings and information, for instance.
The Notebook feature is actually pretty cool and we would like the see the ability to syndicate or create group-curated notebooks built into Evernote’s core product.
What do you think of Evernote Trunk?