Possibly really stupid question--Why would I want a web-based GTD app?
I am looking for a planner app for my new Android-based reader/tablet. I have been reading reviews all over the place and the highest rated options looks like "Got to do" synced with toodledo.
I'm in the process of checking them both out online, and my issue with toodledo is the same as my previous issue with Remember the Milk. I downloaded it, I liked a lot of the features, but I was just not going to go online whenever I had something to add to my system so it was worthless as a tool to keep me on track.
Do you use the online option primarily as a backup system? Cause that I understand, but since most of my day is spent away from the computer, an online compilation of my GTD system would do me no good in keeping me productive throughout the day. Plus I just hate using web-based programs... I only check my yahoo email about once a week because I hate having to go and log in.
I know I am missing something here! I just want a program to sit on my tablet and run my GTD. I'd assume the best place to back it up would be to my laptop, but there must be something about having a web-based program to sync to because several reviewers wouldn't even consider an android app without that feature.