We're obviously not going to change the icon as we're rather attached to the way it looks, but here's how the Clear icon could look in a parallel universe under iOS 7…
6 months ago
Pretty sexy tbh.
Good grief, please don't change it.
Beautiful. I'd have a hard time choosing between this and the original.
Actually, not bad!
I like this but in the long run I like the original alot
Awesome! As much as I love the other icon, this would fit nicer into my homescreen. The other one represents how the app looks better though :)
By the way, you should consider something like this, seems like a good middle ground.
All joking aside, the clear icon will actually be tweaked for iOS 7 - Stay tuned!
@Dan Counsell jonyiveredesignsclear.png :p
Wouldn't mind this icon, although the original Clear icon has a certain charm that most icons just don't have.
Agree with @Umar Irshad , this doesn't look bad at all :)
got rid of that gradient color banding? ;)
Awesome! I prefer this one but it makes less sense to the app.
I actually prefer this...
I prefer this to be honest. Fits iOS 7 much better in my opinion.
It would be awesome to see a thick glass tick with colors running through it like a soapy bubble would have!!!
I think the previous icon fits better with the app but i think the long shadow should be taken off, always found it annoying.
I actually like this one better...
I don't like the trendy shadow.
I'm sorry but this is rancid in comparison :( please keep the original it was fun, eye catching and informative. I know you are just testing the water but with this you loose the identity of your brand which was the innovative and intuitive gesture driven lists. This is just another tick icon with a really dodgy shadow. You guys don't need to follow fashion trends as you produce iconic products. But hey that's just my opinion.
This is awesome, I'd prefer this. Could be cool if the items also lived on top of a gradient, and the gradient morphed into it's new position as new ones were added.
Yeah, Im gonna be 'that guy' and say this one is better than the original. You get Thumbs up approval for that 'upside down dark-to-light' iOS7 gradient too.
testing a water ©
6 months ago
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