Recently, I decided to move a series of lists I keep in the Notes app (Groceries, Shopping, Movies to Watch, Local Bands we follow, Local Restaurants we like, etc.) to a Dropbox folder that I share with my wife on her Android phone, which is an excellent way to keep files in sync on all my devices. However, I quickly discovered the drawback - I can no longer add content using Siri to those notes!
I've started searching for ways to hack-in some sort of syncing, or even appending, content in specific notes to text files in Dropbox. So far, every way I've investigated has drawbacks. There are launchd/Lingon solutions, really hacky Applescript folder actions (forcing file updates by deleting & replacing files), one-way appending using cron jobs & applescripts, etc..
Whether I use dropbox or some other content sharing management system - I would still have the same issue of not being able to tell siri to add stuff to the files... Plus, the solution would have to work offline because we get no internet access in the Grocery store and various other places where we'd like to access the notes.
Anyone have a reliable straight-forward way to sync the content of Notes with text files in Dropbox?