Since it’s original release, the app wasn’t consistently update and felt a bit old and stale. But that’s no longer the case as Clear 2.0 has just landed.
The update hasn’t changed the look and feel of Clear, but made the app even better. Design-wise, the app support the edge-to-edge design of modern iPhone models and looks great as the colors pop off the screen.
One of the best parts of the original app, the gestures, are getting even better. You can now drag and drop between lists, swipe to schedule a reminder, and swipe to archive lists. Taking a screenshots also makes it easy to share a list.
I’ve been testing the app for a few weeks, and have really enjoyed it. While it feels like a blast from the past, especially for anyone who used the original, it provides a fun way to keep track of your to-dos or pretty much anything else.
The gestures take bit of time to get used to, but once you do, it makes using the app even easier. If you’re totally new to the app, there is a Gesture Guide available to view when you first open up Clear that will walk you through the different ways to interact with everything.
You can download Clear on the App Store now for the iPhone and iPad.
The app is completely free with the update. You can customize the app by purchasing different themes, icons, fonts, sounds, and more. Those will be consistently updated so you’ll always be able to find something new to help support the app.