Clear-app alternative

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Liberty., Apr 4, 2014.

  1. Liberty. macrumors 6502

    Sep 13, 2008
    Hello there,

    I'm using three different apps to manage my day.

    Calendars 5 for long-term appointments, Due for notifications and Clear for the rest.

    But Clear is often too minimalistic. Let's take grocery-shopping-apps. I don't like them. Too many features I will never use, too many menus and buttons.

    So I'd rather look for an alternative to Clear.

    It should have auto-complete, better lists-management, ...

    Maybe you just know what I'm talking about. Like I said, Clear is just too minimalistic.

    So I'm basically looking for a mix between Clear, Notes and a ToDo-app.
  2. gewawd macrumors member


    Aug 17, 2013

    If you haven't tried Wunderlist yet, then I believe you should. I previously used Orchestra To-Do, but the project has since been shut down by its developers, therefore leaving me To-Do listless. I heard about Orchestra through Lifehacker and glad that they have an alternative for the loss.

    Personally, I believe Wunderlist is a mix of a note-taking, and to-do app. You can make lists, sub-tasks, notes, and even shedule your tasks. Best of all, it works across iOS, Android, Mac & PC.

    Yes, it's due for an update for iOS 7, but the respective developers have promised a major update for 2014.
  3. Jessica Lares macrumors G3

    Jessica Lares

    Oct 31, 2009
    Near Dallas, Texas, USA
    Hmm, look at Listacular:

    It doesn't have the auto-completion, but it has the folders. It might be weird to learn, because it's made for you to be able to export the files, but it works really well.

    MobisleNotes has both notes, lists, and folder support, but no auto-completion either.

    Any.DO might be a better choice, it has the auto-completition, but isn't as robust:

    There's also Wunderlist, which is just list based:
  4. Liberty. thread starter macrumors 6502

    Sep 13, 2008
    I'm more looking for something like this:

    And Wunderlist is more like the "reminders"-app, not exactly what I'm looking for.

    I used Clear for grocery shopping, lent books, ...

    So nothing time-dependent. Rather a memo-app, but written, not spoken.

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