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Briefly: Clear, Slacker Radio iOS 7 updates hit the App Store
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 @ 12:41pm

Realmac Software has pushed out the latest update for its popular iOS todo app, Clear, bringing support for the iPad. Now offered as a Universal app, Clear is a productivity app that lets users create any number of lists for tracking various tasks and projects. The new iPad interface has been fully optimized for the larger display and includes a List Peek feature that lets users quickly see tasks on another list by pulling down with two fingers. Also new for both iPad and iPhone versions are more themes, dynamic text, and support for syncing across devices via iCloud. Clear for iOS 7 is available in the App store at a launch price of $3.



Slacker now creates playlists based on activity Music streaming service Slacker Radio has updated its iOS app with a new designed inspired by the iOS 7 interface. Along with the new interface, Slacker has also introduced a new My Vibe feature, that lets listeners tune into stations designed specifically for various activities. The My Vibe feature is accessed through Slacker's home screen and features a wide range of playlists, such as work out music, road trip songs, and music to listen to while reading.

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