I’ve reviewed plenty of task managers out there, and I rely on OmniFocus daily for keeping track of everything (from articles to errands). However, I was very intrigued by Realmac Software and Impending’s announcement earlier today, which is a task manager app that simplifies the task of…well, task management.

The entire focus of Clear is that utilizes natural and intuitive multitouch controls that we are all familiar with, such as pinching and swiping. These simple gestures will allow you to navigate between screens, quickly add tasks, and edit, delete, or complete items.

Check out the app in action with this teaser video:

Clear for iPhone (Coming Soon!) from Realmac Software on Vimeo.

Details are currently sparse, so we don’t know if there is any synchronization or backup capabilities (iCloud, Dropbox, etc.). However, it is clear that Clear will only be able to run on devices with iOS 5 or higher, and it will be available in the App Store in about two weeks.

Clear will be available as a free download, with in-app purchases for more color themes and multiple list support.

This will be Realmac Software’s first entry in the iOS App Store, though they have several offerings in the Mac App Store (RapidWeaver, Courier, Analog, and LittleSnapper).

Impending is a new studio with Phil Ryu and David Lanham of MacHeist.

What do you think of Clear? I, for one, can’t wait until it’s released! I’m eager to give it a try, and I’ll have a full review of it for you guys once it’s out.

Source: MacRumors