Your Home Screen, the way it was intended.
Clear Spaces allows you to create Transparent Widgets that allow you to move your icons where ever you want.
It starts with taking a screenshot by putting your home screen into wiggle mode and swiping all the way to the right. Import that screenshot into 'Clear Spaces' and it'll crop the image down to fit perfectly and merge into the wallpaper.
On top of the transparent widgets, you can add elegant informational overlays.
- Added new Clear Spaces customisation options
- Optimisation for iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Mini
- Bug Fixes
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This app is awesome! I discovered the app after reading the review from 9to5Mac. Clear Spaces lets me have a blank widget so I can access my apps on the lower portion of my iPhone. I just noticed when switching between light and dark mode the widget will flicker several times before matching the wallpaper. Most times if I click the refresh button it stops, but the problem continues to occur. Hopefully it gets resolved in the next update.
Developer Response ,
Hey! Thanks for your review! We are looking into this but it seems like it’s an iOS issue. Try restarting your device and see if that helps. You can always contact us at email@example.com for further assistance. :)
How Does It Work
I’m screwing around with this thing, and I know I’ll eventually get it to work. But I had to stop here just to acknowledge that this is the worst product documentation I’ve ever come upon for a piece of software. I mean jeez - you can’t even explain how it works? Take a day off to figure it out guys.
OK - so now I’ve gotten it working, and I like the concept a lot. But I can’t imagine using it to tell me the time, if it only knows the time after I run it to tell me the time . . . And yet, for me, on my Home Screen, it’s time at a glance that I’d like to see. Dang.
Wonderful improvements (v 1.2) to the documentation, with snapshots and a coaching approach to getting started. I don’t understand why the digital clock is only current half a dozen times an hour. Are there other iPhone clock apps that don’t tell time?
Developer Response ,
Hey! Thanks for your updated post. Apple has a limit on how many times a widget can update per day. We are working on providing more accurate time, but ultimately it boils down to how many times you open the app, so if the app isn’t opened periodically, your phone will assume you don’t care about the information on the widget, and therefore it updates less frequently. We are working to fix this as best as we can.
Good price for what it can do, but I ask for a few more options in what you can put in the widgets and allow us to put different texts in different widgets. Also the time is always a few minutes behind and takes a while to change to the correct time can you fix that.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.