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
This update (finally!) adds support for the iPhone X.
Plus you’ll find 4 new teaser themes as a preview for the upcoming brand new Clear…
Please note that the Apple Watch app has been removed, as it will require a lengthy rewrite to work on the upcoming watchOS. If you feel strongly about this send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
P.S. we’re still investigating an issue with items sometimes disappearing after editing them. If you are experiencing this send us an email as well!
Here’s what’s added and fixed:
• Basic support for iPhone X’s screen
• Added 4 new teaser themes from the upcoming new Clear (unlocks on first launch of the new update)
• Fixed layout issues in the Today widget
• Fixed a crash that could happen on launch
• Fixed reminders popup layout issues on smaller screen devices
Ratings and Reviews
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.
was pretty good. i still use it but after having it for a few years i’ve got like upwards of 50 lists in there. wish there was some batch managing features. “combine lists” or “export lists” to standard text files would make this useful again. or in keeping with that original “check it off and get it out of your life” spirit (though i hardly use the app for that kind of stuff anyway) you could have an “auto-delete lists after x days” feature. or even an “archive.” “auto-archive list after 30 days” “auto delete archive after 1 year or user approval” type of thing.
fix icloud. recently stopped working for no reason.
I've used this app for years. It's beautiful, fairly intuitive, and very fluid. But it lacks features. Something as simple as sharing a list? Nah, look elsewhere. No sharing, no more Apple Watch support, bugs (adding or removing things causes the view to jump to the bottom...), and some shady practices in the past all add up to it being time to move on. I downloaded AnyList. While it isn't as pretty, it actually DOES things you need it to do. For some reason, that's important.
- Realmac Software Limited
- 43.5 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Realmac Software Limited
- In-App Purchases
- 8-Bit Sound Pack $1.99
- Bonus Sound Pack Free
- Sci-Fi Sound Pack $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.