Realmac Software’s Clear to do application has gotten an enormous amount of media attention over the past few weeks. One publication said that Clear’s innovative, gesture-based UI “had the potential to change how we use our devices.”

But if you haven’t had the chance to try the app out, then it may be hard for you to see what all of the fuss is about. Luckily, developer Evan You has created an HTML5 replica of the Clear application so folks can give it a free test drive…

Using only HTML5 and CSS3 transitions, You was able to re-create the look and feel of Clear’s UI in only two days. The developer admits that it’s not 100% accurate, and there are still a few bugs, but the web-based app looks pretty close to the real thing.

Even though it lacks the character and fluidness of the official Clear app, You’s HTML5 mock-up gives you a pretty good idea of what it’s all about.


  • Kok Hean

    Is it normal for people to call others using their “last” name/surname?

    • Anonymous


    • Oh yes name is a from my last name , just made shorter . My nick name ..It’s the only name i’am called
      As for clear it’s fantastic

  • Anonymous

    I have this app. I use this ap honestly it’s just an app not the second coming. I fell for the hype which is why I downloaded it the night it was released. That being said it’s OK.

    I see another developer taking the idea of this app and making it better. It’s very basic and a good developer can make it great. Hopefully the clear dev’s step it up before someone else does.

  • This might be out of topic but is there any app for quick text compose like quicktweet? Like bitesms has but I hate bitesms I just want that simple tweak.

  • People use Wunderlist, it’s 100x better than Clear..

  • Nice app but I’ll stick with Awesome Shopping list for groceries, i can use it while still pushing my shopping cart with one hand…
    for other lists I use Wunderlist but I’m about to switch to pocket lists soon