In Pictures: top 15 iPhone apps of 2012 (so far)

The best of 2012’s apps for your iPhone and iPod Touch

By Daniel Ionescu, PC World

Clear

Clear doesn’t look like your typical iPhone app, but it makes use of gestures in a very Apple-esque way to manage your task list. List items are displayed in a heatmap by priority and you create new items by pinching items apart, dragging from the top of the list or tapping at the bottom. To mark items as done you just swipe left or right. Clear is very intuitive and there are no buttons or switches, which also means it’s suited for those who want a simple task manager without advanced features like setting time or location-based alerts.

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