- OAuth token
A string that allows the Yandex service be accessed on behalf of a specific user. In the context of the protocol usage, “OAuth token” can be shortened to “token”.
Each OAuth token contains:
ID of the account that can be accessed.
ID of the application with access rights.
Set of rights (actions available to the application).
Thus, the token shows what this application can do on behalf of a particular account.
- OAuth app
Program, mobile app, or web service registered in Yandex.OAuth.
In Yandex.OAuth documentation, OAuth apps are simply called "apps". Applications of other types are explicitly marked.
An action or set of actions on behalf of the user that are available over the OAuth protocol.
Yandex.OAuth tokens always specify the rights chosen by the developer when registering or configuring the app. For the same OAuth app, you can't get two working tokens with different rights at the same time.
- Refresh token
An additional string issued with the OAuth token. The refresh token is used to update an OAuth token that is about to expire.