Realmac announced previously this month that it was getting rid of Clear+ from the iOS App Store and keeping the original Clear app as the only model of its prominent activity manager. To compensate clients which acquired Clear+, Realmac determined to make its Clear application free for two 24-hour durations, allowing existing customers to upgrade totally free. The initial of these 2 “free” home windows opened up today.


Clear+ was constructed for iOS 7 and was offered as a global app for Clear clients which wanted an iPad model of the application. Realmac ceased its initial Clear for the iPhone, with the expectation that clients would pay for the upgrade and switch over to Clear+. Instead, the business was deluged with furious consumers which were disturbed at the extraction of Clear from the App Store.

In feedback, Realmac reversed its decision to discard Clear for the iPhone and put the application back into the App Store. After upgrading and keeping 2 versions of Clear, RealMac altered its thoughts once again and settled on one variation– Clear for the iPhone. Clear was updated in early February with support for the iPad and will certainly be the only model preserved by Realmac going ahead.

Clear+ owners ought to change to Clear and benefit from the free supply that is in effect today.

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