Create a DGT GTD web app
Toodledo doesn't support unlimited hierarchies, which makes it difficult to use if you have deep hierarchies. I wish I could just use DGT GTD from my computer and pay you a yearly fee instead of syncing with their inferior app.
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Who knows Bluestacks? http://bluestacks.com/
I’m sure that DGT GTD on Bluestacks in combination with Dropbox or FTP synchronization will be a good tradeoff.
Péter Fazekas commented
DGT SODA is the way to go PWA IMHO
How about a version which could intergrate with Mailbird? It's already a desktop app, which syncs with social media, googledocs, todoist, trello... not sure if it would be easier/less work to make a plug-in rather than a whole app, but figured I'd suggest, in case it is. I really enjoy having all these tools in the same place, and being able to easily switch between tasks from the same interface. I find it very user friendly anyway.
Make it free to sync between 2 devices. Eg. 1 smartphone and 1 computer. And make it cost to sync between more than 2 devices. That would make the system available to both professional users and layman users.
Yes, we need this. Please.
You do not seem to have replied to this since 2013 so I am hoping you may now be in a position to consider this? There is nothing on the market that compares to this app, it would be absolutely fantastic as a PC version, please consider this, I am by no means a developer so I do not know the implications of this but I do know I would be willing to pay for this, here's hoping.....
aslam karachiwala commented
I'd pay a premium if DGT GTD apps were released under a GPL license (FLOSS) -- an acceptable web option would be to sync with and existing full/true GTD web app that is also FLOSS.
Steve Duckett commented
It would be helpful if the software was available on my Mac. Either as an app (I also have an iPad). Or available at a web site.
Even with a samsung S5, I yearn for a larger screen display. i.e. iPad or mac etc.
Admindgtale (Admin, DGT GTD) commented
@Anonymous: have you ever considered to use Toodledo web app together with DGT GTD using the DGT Toodledo Plugin? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dg.gtd.toodledo.demo
Can I also put a call in for a PC link. The app is brilliant, but I can't be doing with running two different apps - one on my work PC and another on my phone - where I have to enter/adjust/delete "To Dos" twice. This could be a major winner.
John Nimrod commented
I favour an app which is self contained and not reliant on internet connection. A stand alone program or PC based browser app that synced with DTG Android would be my choice. Needs to not detract from the lead position of the Android app. So highly desirable almost essential but not to detract from the lead position DTG alreadyhas. P.S. would happily pay a small fee around $5 -$7 for latest version if an free version also available but set a year earlier in development or some such differential?
Georgy Ivanov commented
A possibility to store data on google drive (the same way as, e.g., google keep does) + a chrome extension providing a convenient interface for editing it would be nice
I would not create a web app.
Many that tried to do both, were going down.
Like Astrid I would focus on your main product, which is the smartphone client, and provide as many sync modules as possible for the already existing webapps that do their job already (rememberthemilk, evernote, toodledo, ...).
I wouldn't risk losing your position.
Reconsidered this, a cross-platform app would be better than a web-app. One of the reasons I don't use Evernote is that it's too locked-in. Using drop-box etc as a generic back end is awesome - what is lacking is things like reports etc for getting usable paper lists out of the program. If we could have a PC app that could effectively synch with the same DropBox files the Android app creates, and has a high degree of interoperability (read: flexible/comprehensive import/_export_ options) that would be _PERFECT_ - and you wouldn't have the onerous task of maintaining a web presence ...
Freek van Wetten commented
Allow installing/syncing to My own server. I don't want it in the cloud!
I use TaskUnifier on my desktop which is superb and DGT GTD on my phone which is also superb - they both synch with Toodledo. Hierarchies therefore dont synch which is a pity. I dont understand why as all three programs seem to have hierarchies! I would prefer a dedicated DGT GTD Web app that synchs direct with the phone app if possible. I dont like the sound of Bluestacks with its high RAM useage.I continue to look round for a better option but current set up does work. Worth looking into TaskUnifier.
Lucas Abido Figueiro commented
I think the best option would be a offline Chrome extension.
This way would be a mix of web app and desktop app.
I work in an area where my phone isn't allowed inside. A web app would be fantastic, since I'm lost without DGT GTD :(
Great app and thanks for all of your hard work on it.
I tried to use Bluestacks+Dropbox synchronization on my PC. It's not comfortable for 3 reasons:
1. Bluestacks has problems when you try to work in multilanguage system, i.e. bluestacks doesn't know standart keyboard combinations to swich between languages
2. I can't copy\paste text from PC applications into bluestacks
3. Bluestacks requiries a lot of system resources (CPU,RAM etc)
It would be great if you can create web-interface for DGT GTD
is there a way to get dgt-gtd to work with iqtell? Dgt-Gtd seems to be the perfect android app and iqtell is the most promising pc based program I've found in years. I don't like their android app at all though.
I see each of you as "best in class" but each opposite platform is sorely lacking. In a perfect world I would hear wedding bells for iqtell & dgt-gtd. ;-)
Could you please provide a rough estimate that when PC version will be available?
Thanks a lot.