The delightful gesture-based list app Clear is coming to the Mac, with iCloud syncing to iPhone

The delightful gesture-based list app Clear is coming to the Mac, with iCloud syncing to iPhone

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New The clever and delightful list app Clear is coming to the Mac and getting a nice iPhone update that enables syncing between devices. The iPhone update, and Clear for Mac, will be launching next Thursday, November 8th, so they aren’t yet available. When we reviewed Clear early this year, we...
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