February 18, 2014
Realmac Software has finally decided to forge and maintain just one Clear to rule them all on iOS. In September last year, Realmac discontinued the original Clear for iPhone in favor of the iOS 7-optimized universal version, dubbed Clear for iOS 7. But after receiving customer backlash, the developer restored the original Clear for iPhone and then renamed the newer app Clear+ to avoid confusion. Still, confusion has been apparent among users, not knowing for certain which Clear version to get and buying the iPhone version instead of the preferred universal version. So, to really "clear" the matter once and for all, Realmac has made the following announcement (via 148Apps):
We’re going to be returning to just one, universal version of Clear for iOS, with the original version of Clear gaining iPad support. If you already own a copy of Clear, you don’t need to do anything as it’ll be updated with iPad support very soon.And to facilitate the migration of users of the soon-to-be-defunct Clear+ to the soon-to-be-one-and-only Clear for iOS, Realmac is going to make Clear free for 24 hours, twice in the next few weeks. To be notified as soon as Clear (which is currently available for $0.99) becomes free, you may sign up for updates on the Realmac website or stay tuned to AppAdvice.
Clear – Tasks & To-Do List
Clear+ Tasks & To-Do List