Realmac Software today launched a new version of its to-do app Clear, which features iPad support for the first time. The universal app has also been redesigned for iOS 7, adding some subtle UI tweaks along with a number of new features.

Clear for iOS 7 includes a flatter look to match the design of Apple’s operating system, along with a lighter, thinner font. The app has been created to take advantage of the parallax feature in iOS 7 and it also includes several new themes for a customized look.

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iCloud support has been bundled into the new app, which means it is able to sync between multiple devices. Clear for iOS 7 also syncs with both Clear for Mac and the previous iOS 6 version of Clear.

Say hello to Clear for iOS 7 - available for iPhone, iPod touch and (finally!) iPad in one Universal app. We hope you enjoy the refined UI that feels right at home on iOS 7, some new themes and iPad-only features:

-List Peek - Pull down with two fingers to preview a list in the sidebar.
-Easily move tasks between lists
-Even easier-to-find Settings - just swipe from the left edge of the screen!

Clear for iPhone also now shows you the list name when you’re viewing a set of tasks.

Clear for iOS 7 is a new app and not an update to the iOS 6 version of the app, which means both new and old users must re-purchase. Realmac is currently offering the new app for $2.99, discounted from its regular price of $4.99.

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Clear is a universal app that can be downloaded from the App Store for $2.99. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

this is funah Avatar
136 months ago
how much is this company paying you to cover this (cr)App?
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
irDigital0l Avatar
136 months ago
Yea, not paying again for what should have been a universal app in the first place.

Glad I paid $0.99, but there are way better to-do apps for free.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Pakaku Avatar
136 months ago
...I don't see any difference except thinner text?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
pickaxe Avatar
136 months ago
They enabled the status bar and added a list title under it and they have the audacity to call this an iOS 7 design and charge users again for the update.

Realmac is EVERYTHING that is bad with OS X/iOS developers.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
FWRN Avatar
136 months ago
Ridiculous. Bad move on Realmac's part. I'm not buying the same app again.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
springsup Avatar
136 months ago
Wow.

I would normally refrain from posting about other Apps (bad form, you know?)

As an iPhone user though; this is a total joke. Realmac are treating their customers with no respect if they think they should pay another $2.99 ($4.99 normally) for some thinner text and a pretty lazy iPad layout.

Last time I buy anything from them. They treat their users like total suckers.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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