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‘Agree’ app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac makes it easy to create polls without social media

Polls area a handy tool for both personal and professional use but a lot of the time they’re tied to social media like Twitter, Facebook, or via the web with an underwhelming UI and overall experience. Enter “Agree” that lets you make iPhone polls – iPad and Mac too – with a clean and beautiful interface, notifications once everyone has voted, themes, and more.

Agree comes from skilled developer Shihab Mehboob, creator of apps like Textcraft and sharp custom icon packs for iOS. Agree offers a clean and native iOS and macOS experience to make iPhone polls and come to a consensus on anything you’d like.

Here’s how Shihab describes Agree:

It’s super simple to pick up and use, and built with iOS design guidelines in mind to look great in light and dark mode alike. It contains multiple tints and themes to tweak the app your way, so you can make it your own. Also, the intuitive swipe gestures to vote on polls coupled with the keyboard shortcuts make using the app a joy.

Agree features the option to duplicate polls, add date/time to complete the poll, push notifications for when voting has finished, keyboard shortcuts, and syncing/sharing via iCloud.

Here’s how it looks to use and make iPhone polls with Agree as well as light and dark mode, and the 40+ available icons:

Make iPhone polls with Agree app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Shihab does note that the others you want to use Agree with will need to have and be using an iCloud account. But the big upside here is you can keep things private, direct, and customized by avoiding Facebook, Twitter, and other social media for polls.

I think the advanced features and native experience here feel well worth diving into this dedicated app to make polls.

Agree is a free universal app available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac and if you’d like to unlock 40+ alternate icons, tints, unlimited options in polls, and support Shihab, Agree+ is a one-time in-app purchase for $4.99.

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