Android is a platform that promotes the interaction among the applications; it means that you can reuse a feature from another app rather than implement the same feature from scratch (reinventing the wheel).
I’d suggest to install SpringPad that allows you to save photos, videos, audio recordings, … and share those contents with other apps.
Actually you can copy the SpringPad generated link and store in the DGT GTD task as a note.
By tapping the link you will access the content in SpringPad.
Yes I miss this feature coming from Omnifocus(iPhone App).
It's an easy one, which is great to have.
Also a sound recording would be benefitial to me.
That this will not synch with Toodledo is a downside, but rather that than not having it at all.
Excellent answer, precisely what I needed!
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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.
I am amazed by the readiness of this Alpha release of DGT GTD.
A bit confused about the "Lists".
And missing a Projects view?
Yes I would very much like that, but I think the developer is also limited on time, and has done a heck of a job on the Android software sofar!
I see the flaws of Toodledo, missing Projects..
GTD works best for me if I can have the "same" interface on Mobile, and Web experience.
Willing to pay, no problem if it serves the purpose.
this feature will be definitely available in the beta version. However, I do not comment on timeframes for implementation.