We don’t usually write about task management apps, especially when they are lame and boring. But this one has definitely earned its rightful place in today’s sea of productivity apps. If you love the Clear to-do list app on your iPhone, brace yourself because its developers are planning to launch the app soon on the Mac. On its official blog, Realmac announced that its Clear app for the Mac will be available on November 8th for $14.99.
Mac users who are eager to try the 5-star app can expect full keyboard navigation for quick and complete access, gestural interface built for trackpad, and the option to store their lists on the iCloud. “With Clear for Mac, we wanted to spearhead a new design direction for Mac UI that focuses on simplicity. Featuring nearly all the gesturally-driven interactions from Clear for iPhone as well as a complete set of keyboard shortcuts, Clear will revolutionise the way you interact with your Mac,” said Dan Counsell, the founder of Realmac.
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