The iPhone's most beautiful to-do app comes to the Mac

Thursday, November 8, 2012 in , , , , , , , , by Olaf Lemmens

With Clear for Mac, launching in the Mac App Store at midnight tonight, developer Realmac is treading dangerous territory — a space packed to the gills of productivity apps large and small. Yet Realmac founder Dan Counsell says, "The to-do list category on the Mac is more than ripe for some innovation." The Mac App Store is inundated with apps like Things, OmniFocus, and more, but so was the iOS App Store when Clear for iPhone debuted. "For a start, [these apps] encourage their users to spend more time managing and organizing their tasks than achieving them," he added.


On iPhone, where screen real estate is at a premium, Realmac succeeded in creating a whole genre of innovative and chromeless interfaces, and sold over 600,000 copies of Clear for iPhone. But how does that noble goal translate to Mac.

Clear for Mac is a very good application, but I'd only wholeheartedly recommend it to diehard Clear for iPhone users considering its steep price: $14.99 (on sale for $6.99 today, which is more reasonable). There's just no way around the fact that Reminders for Mac and Wunderlist have similar (if not much greater) feature sets, but are totally free.



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