Mobile Apps for Color Palettes to Color Your World
by Edna Hammami // 08.08.2017
Mobile Apps for Color Palettes
As Zapro is celebrating the color week, we thought we could shine some light on color palettes apps available for mobile devices. In today’s post, we are looking at mobile apps which are color tools themselves.
Color Week Presents Mobile Apps Color Tools
Search “App color palette” in your device’s app store, and you will see that there are more than 100 apps available for free or for purchase. The objective?. To create color palettes from thousands and thousands of different shades. Looking for a specific color?. A valuable graphic design resource with color codes available in RGBA, HSBA and hexadecimal values. Or perhaps a tool for digital artists who just want to change a color to enhance a personal photo.
In my search on the web, I have found many popular app color and bring you this top 5 roundup: Best color tools available on mobile.
Adobe Capture CC
Adobe’s latest creative inspiration is aimed at turning any image into a color theme, pattern, unique brush or vector graphic. With a tagline that reads “From inspiration to asset creation. Click. Capture. Create” it is no wonder this app has been downloaded from Google Play over a million times. Adobe does it again. For this reason, if you consider yourself a pro designer and are familiar with the Adobe product stack, this app is worth a review. Available on the App store as well as Google Play.
Color Grab (color detection) From Loomatix
Falling under the category of photography, this app is described as the ultimate on-the-go color tool. Graphic designers, photographers, and even home improvements enthusiasts can benefit from this free (and ad-free) application. Listed here as one of our top choices because this app sports the most impressive list of supported color models.
Additionally, with 100 thousand plus installs this application certainly makes color easy. Simply pick, capture and recognize colors by pointing the camera.
Design Color Theory & Pantone By Bruno Alexandre (design-it-now)
The element that stands out to us, for the most part, is the word, Pantone. Color Theory describes them as the ultimate designer’s toolbox. In particular, this app helps you to find color psychology from images and build color palettes based on various color harmony models. Rather similarly it also provides an impressive list of Pantone color books. Other useful tools such as Color psychology (Pro version) in logos can also be useful for graphic design projects.
Color Harmony By Powsty
If you are looking to create harmonious color palettes, for instance, this app is worth a mention. It allows you to find 4 matching colors and color harmonies coupled with 9 different algorithms to choose from. The result is a set of 4 matching colors in your style. Even though this app is still relatively young, reviewers comments express appreciation for the functionality this app provides through the use of a mobile device’s camera. With a statement like “Probably the best alternative for Adobe Kuler desktop app in terms of colors generation algorithms.” under the belt, this app subsequently appears to be one-of-a-kind.
World of Color – Scan, Analyze & Share Color Codes By Maarten Zonneveld
This app is available on iTunes and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Sometimes you just want something simple and functional and this may just be it. In addition, a super feature is the app’s ability to use your phone’s flash to scan colors in the dark.
If you, like our work passionately with color, a color palette app color can be a valuable tool. The beauty of the applications mentioned in this post is the way they assist us in doing what we love: Create beautiful artworks and designs with the technology of color. In conclusion, the mentions above are but a few samples of what is available out there.
Enhance your understanding about colors combination for web, mobile apps and their use in technology. If you like our post please share, and tell us what other app color you have found useful. Comments and compliments are also welcome!