Every other todo app piles on features, fields to fill out, and extra decisions to make in an attempt to make you feel more productive… and ends up creating even more noise and distractions in your life.
What if there’s a better, simpler way?
“elegant and clever… revelatory” The New York Times
“wonderful” Cult of Mac
“definitely going to wow you” TechCrunch
Tame the chaos of your life and focus it to something simpler with Clear, an app that somehow improves on the simple satisfaction of crossing off items on a piece of paper.
See for yourself why it works so well for over a million people by trying it out today.
“short, sweet, and to the point… delightful” App Advice
“quick, simple, intuitive, and perfect for busy people” Gizmodo
“out of your way so you can spend more time doing” Ars Technica
• Under the hood changes to begin preparing for a migration to the upcoming new Clear
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With its clean, colorful interface and intuitive swipe controls, Clear makes managing to-do lists across multiple devices lightning-fast and almost effortless. Its rainbow-hued checklists are like miniature works of art, making it simple to tell at a glance what you need to do and how urgently you need to do it. Bells? Whistles? Nah, but that’s by design. The developers knows that creating a to-do list is about managing chores, not creating new ones.
Truely Useful Tech
What a life enhancer. This app is an example of the very best kind of thing that pocket computers can do: simply take a basic need (“to do” lists) and, in a very unobtrusive way, extend the utility of this “simple list” significantly beyond what it’s ever been before. Your best thoughts or needs for a given list are not lost. Instead they sit there, dark and crossed out, until you bring them to life in prioritized color for your latest shopping trip or vacation or goal or whatever. Gradually, you enhance them with additions and deletions. This entire tool of the details you need just sits there until you press one button and use it.
I just hope they keep adding colors and don’t “feature” it to death. So far they’ve let it stay nice and simple. If they want to add features and sell more I hope they just do a second, different app with, say, nesting folders of lists. That would not be as simple but might be a different tool for different problems.
Great App, medium problems
I love the feel and layout to this app. I can organize and see my individual lists in a simple way. BUT it is missing 1 big thing and has 1 minor annoyance.
It is missing the ability to have daily repeating lists. If you don’t intend to have everyday repeating things on this app, then ignore this part and see the annoyance below. However I have a daily list for the things I need/want to accomplish every common day, but I can’t mark each item complete or I’ll have to retype them tomorrow. Why can’t I set daily repeating reminders for the same time for at least 1 list?!
I just don’t touch my daily list, I look at it and it’s ordered how I go about it and I just have to know what is and isn’t done.
The annoyance....I like the dark purple theme, it looks great on my lists. But my upper tier list (the list of your lists) doesn’t follow that theme, that tier is ugly bright yellow/orange that I can’t read well, so I can’t use the purple theme on my lower lists because of its opposite effect on the upper tier. If the theme I choose isn’t going to be universal across all my lists, then let me at least change the other tier theme to something else. The dark themes are the only ones that stay constant on both tiers. I’ll stick with boring black or noir until that’s fixed....
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- Realmac Software Limited
- 43 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2015 Realmac Software Limited
- In-App Purchases
- 8-Bit Sound Pack $1.99
- Sci-Fi Sound Pack $1.99
- Bonus Sound Pack
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.