We’re incredibly excited to announce that Clear for iOS 7 will be available later today. Here's an early preview of the new icon. The changes are subtle, but the new look makes it feel even more at home under iOS 7.
Clear for iOS 7 is a brand new universal app. Get your copy here once iOS 7 is live: http://realmacsoftware.com/redirects/clear/appstore
7 months ago
Very subtle indeed, but works!
I like subtle changes like this. With fewer shades of color, the checkmark gets more attention. The only thing I'm worried about is that the top two color shades are a tad too similar each other. It almost looks like one large chunk of color unless you examine it.
You amended the curvature tick!
I actually prefer the iOS6 one, simply for the inclusion of the yellow, really stands out on my phone currently.
Looking at the two icons at the size they would be seen on-screen, the revised palette makes the stepped effect look a little like gradient banding. To my eye at least. I'd either get rid of the steps and just make it a gradient (a la iOS7), or reintroduce to more obvious steps.
I will say the screenshot does't do it justice, you'll have to check it out on the device later today!
I actually like the previous version better. Makes the check pop more without doing anything fancy to achieve it.
I must also say that I like they old version's colors better!
It's a brand new app, not just an update? =T
Why I can't update to this from iOS 6 version that I bought?
No no no no no no no no you killed it!
What were you thinking guys? 3$ for other font? And I can't even use the version I paid for. Design you say. Product you say.
@Stanly You get an entirely new iPad app included in that $3 - We think it's a fair deal.
I think having that black iOS 7 keyboard is worth the upgrade alone.
@Dan Counsell you mean the one I didn't ask for? ((= ok, let me clarify what I meant - design isn't only how it looks and works, it's also how you sell it. I see the work - on the iPad side, but I have to have an iPad for that ... also I must want an iPad version, which I didn't want.
Loyal users which been using the app as their main or secondary reminder, just can't access their app without paying not only for mostly same app they already bought, but also for their own info - reminders they made. I guess that's were most of the 1-star ratings come from.
Why not make a separate iPad app? Or, at least, make old app iOS7 compatible, and then release this. I know, there's a tradeoff, but it's much less of a tradeoff then you made this way (=
Or you can wait for a while, release X.1 update and wait for the new users to put your app back on track, but that's poor marketing in my opinion (=
Thanks for posting, we shared your shot in this week's Replay. http://blog.dribbble.com/post/62069612858/weekly-replay
@Stanly Or maybe a loyal user might be happy to pay a measly $3 for weeks of work?
Seriously, how do people get so annoyed when they get a quality app that they use daily for pocket change!?
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