Clear for iPhone and iPad free for 24hrs — go get it!

Clear for iPhone and iPad free for 24hrs — go get it!

Clear, now universal for iPhone and iPad, is free for the next 24hrs. If you're still reading rather than downloading, RealMac previously promised to make the original version of their popular gesture-based to-do list maker and manager free in order to help migrate people over from Clear+, which they're discontinuing. And so they have. Grab, enjoy, and let me know what you think of the new, unified Clear!

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sladyrko says:

$4,99 for me... But if I see it free, I will take it.. Maybe will never use it, but hey it's free.. :-)))

Qued63 says:

$4.99 for me too

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zakphi says:

it's free for me now.

edit: i take it back, still shows 4.99 in the itunes store.

kdh0324 says:

Yeah, showing as $4.99 for me too.

manzap says:

It was 4.99 on my iPad but free when downloading from iPhone.

LaVieBoheme73 says:

The link in the article ultimately goes to Clear+ which is $4.99. If you just go to RealMac software, or just Clear, it is free.

FinancialP says:

The link is working now.

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iSRS says:

Oddly, I didn't realize I have it already.

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emjayess says:

Questions: does this app have reminders? And, if so, does it sync with Apple's native Reminders? If not, deal breaker.

(I checked their web site and it's surprisingly spare on the details. I guess that's consistent with the app's philosophy, but frustrating.)

Thanks!

Gary Compson says:

It's a tasks & to-do list manager. No reminders. I switched on the "App Icon Badge", and the "Active List Count for Badge" in the settings menu so I can see remaining tasks for the active list. I use reminders in Fantastical and both apps now sit on my home screen. I added Clear today and I quite like it. Perhaps less is more.

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ransonju says:

No reminders, but the developer says it's coming in March. I don't think it syncs with Reminders.

One question: It's free, so why not just download and check it out?! Just curious.

emjayess says:

Because I do not like to take advantage of the freebie deals and would rather support the developers when the price goes back up. I will wait until March etc. to see what's in store for Clear and, if reminders is included, I'll be happy to pay for it.

Ninotschka says:

Thank you for the info. Clear is beautiful, but reminders are a deal breaker for me, so I never bothered before. I just downloaded it (hey, it's free) and if reminders are coming I may actually start using it.

Becjr says:

I'm in to give it a go, but right now completely hooked on "ListBook".

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Qued63 says:

Works now

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Gary Compson says:

Handy. Thank you.

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counterculture says:

Anyone know how I can set notifications/badge app or something to let me know what I have remaining? Or does it not support that functionality? Am I missing something??

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asuperstarr says:

Thanks for the heads up on this!

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