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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.
Update: Code freeze needed in order to go out of alpha testing and get ramped up for beta. All new features will be replanned.
Google APIs Client Library for Java seem to be mature: http://code.google.com/p/google-api-java-client/
The community is still waiting for Gtask API from Google: http://code.google.com/p/gdata-issues/issues/detail?id=987
Update: Code freeze needed in order to go out of alpha testing and get ramped up for beta. All new features will be replanned.Jørn Leander-Skou Jensen commented
Sync with Google will be the greatest.
Today many new input is from e-mails (Gmail for many users), and would like to keep as many data as possible with in Google.
But Google Tasks are to primitive for my GTD use, and looking for a new platform to edit the information.
I am very impressed with DGT GTD :-)
But I need to sync with a browser platform.
I have tried the Toodledo, but am no to happy.
The first time I sync with Toodledo, they mess up the subtasks (only support 1 subtask)
And the next sync, all the subtasks on the android was lost ( set as new tasks)
Looking forward to get info on new features :-)