Highly Anticipated ‘Clear’ To-Do App Now Available In The App Store

Highly Anticipated ‘Clear’ To-Do App Now Available In The App Store

Impending and Realmac Software have released Clear, the highly anticipated to-do app for the iPhone, in the App Store. For an introductory price of $0.99, you can get your hands one of the most innovate task manager applications around.

Unlike most to-do apps, Clear relies heavily on gestures to get things done. It’s certainly one of the most unique takes on task management we’ve seen. The app looks like it has some nice perks, like unlockable themes.

Life is messy. Keep it together with Clear, an amazing new app for list-keeping that is unbelievably simple, quick and satisfying to use.

Clear is designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind and works great with any list you throw at it!

Try it with a:
• Personal todo list
• Shopping list
• Quick notes list for phone numbers and things
• List of movies to watch, or books to read
• Guest list for that party
• Bucket list for those big life goals

We became obsessed with how to simplify our lives without adding clutter… Our solution is Clear.

Give it a try and tell us what you think.

Download Clear for iPhone now in the App Store.

  • AnthReally

    Clear is amazing!

  • Liam Libby

     

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  • Liam Libby

     

    his is great articles  for those starting out or finding their new
    thinks.

    I like this articles.

    This issue can be caused by any of the below possibilities.
    1. Not enough hard disk space. 2. Left over programs and bad files.

    http://onlinesolution.info/?ca

  • ElVox

    So far, I love Clear…the only reason it isn’t my default to-do program is that I need it to sync with iPad because I manage my to-dos on my iPad and my iPhone…the day there’s a Clear for iPad or any other way to sync both devices it becomes my default to-do program as soon as I can move my lists into it :)

  • yahoo-352OEBY3Q26NIOELKK4NEU5UFY

    It’s actually pretty primitive and limited. I’m very disappointed. The length of each note entry is limited to the visible one-line screen so you’re artificially forced to keep them way too short to be useful. Also, no alarms, no sync’ing, etc. Pretty but mostly fluff. Glad I only lost $0.99.

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