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| May 23, 2013
Popular To-Do App Clear Now Supports List Emailing, iPad Edition Coming Soon
Here's your to-do for today: download or install the latest update to the popular minimalist and gesture-based to-do app Clear. The new Clear update brings one of the most requested features for the app, and that's the ability to share to-do lists via email. So, how exactly do you go about emailing lists from Clear? Like most actions in Clear, emailing lists is easy-breezy. While viewing a list, just shake your device to bring up the menu that contains the old option to paste tasks and the new option to email lists. Tap the latter option, of course, to commence sharing. A mail sheet will then appear, in which you can enter your intended recipients. What's neat about this mail sheet is that it contains a replica of the list you wish to share. Another is that it also contains an attached file that your recipients can open to add the list to their Clear for iOS or Mac. Note that sharing via email in Clear works even for an entire set of lists. Just shake your device as well while viewing a set of lists to email it. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The latest update to Clear also includes a couple of new secret and unlockable themes. And with it comes the welcome announcement that Clear "will be coming to the iPad." Released in the App Store in February last year, Clear attracted a great deal of attention for its innovative take on to-do apps. In her review of the app here on AppAdvice, Christine noted that Clear is "the perfect simple to-do app, since it’s so intuitive." Clear was subsequently hailed as one of our Top 10 Best Paid iPhone Apps of 2012. While its iPad edition is yet to arrive, its Mac edition had been released last November. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch, the new version of Clear is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download. Earlier this month, Clear was made available for free as part of Starbucks' Pick of the Week promotion. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]