Getting right to the point: I’ve made a few changes to my decluttering app, Clutterfree, and I wanted to let you know about them.
As a reminder, Clutterfree is an app that I started working on last year. I’m on a mission to help as many people as possible own less and live more. This is another tool to help people accomplish that in their home and life.
If you’re already living a minimalist life (which many of you are), this app wouldn’t be particularly helpful to you. But if you’re new to minimalism, or struggling to declutter your home, I built the app to help you specifically.
Now, on to the updates:
1. The biggest update? You can now try the app FREE for 14 days before deciding whether or not Clutterfree is right for you.
Simply, I noticed that a 7 day trial period was not long enough for people to test out the app if would be helpful to them. So I decided to extend it.
2. If the app is right for you (like it has been for more than 70% of free trial users so far), there’s more good news! I’ve lowered the price from $5.99/month to just $3.99/month.
“Joshua, why isn’t your app free?”
As much as I’d love to make Clutterfree available at no cost to anyone who wants it, I just can’t. For two reasons:
- I invested a LOT in making this app because I wanted it to be better than any other decluttering app currently available. A team of developers had to literally write the code and design the app from the ground up.
As a result, Clutterfree is the very first decluttering app to literally create a personalized, room-by-room to-do list for your home. There are considerable costs to maintain and update the app.
Clutterfree tracks your progress, unlocks achievements, lets you document donations, and compare Before/After photos. It also includes motivational articles and even bonus plans (how to organize paper documents, etc) from some of the world’s top organizing experts.
- More importantly, there’s a lot of research that suggests by paying for an app like Clutterfree—even as little as $3.99/month—you’re more likely to use it and follow through. Clutterfree would be no good to you (or to me) as another unopened icon in the app graveyard on your phone.
With 2 full weeks to try it out, you have plenty of time to start using it before you decide whether living in a clean, visually satisfying, relaxing space is worth $3.99/month—or less, if you choose a longer subscription plan.
**Please note, both Apple and Google require us to ask users to choose a subscription plan before beginning their free trial. Rest assured that you’ll always be notified well before you’re charged, and you can cancel your subscription anytime.
A user named Stephanie reviewed the app on Google Play. She had this to say:
“Well worth the subscription! Perfect app for this challenging time. We all know that physical clutter = mental clutter. This app helps me tackle the clutter we have in our home. We’re all stuck at home anyway so this app couldn’t have come at a better time. Looking forward to a clutter-free home soon ❤️”
There are a lot more great reviews from people who are loving Clutterfree, but I want to keep this post short.
If you’re looking for a new approach to decluttering, or need a minimalist reset in your home, I encourage you to give it a try. Or consider recommending it to a friend today.
Download Clutterfree, start your free 14-day trial, and see what happens when you start decluttering your home step by step.
All the best, Joshua
3. PS: Another really exciting change we made to the app? It’s now available worldwide! Thank you for your patience while we rolled it out slowly. No matter where you call home, it can now be clutterfree.