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Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers

*** Get Palette Pro now with a 50% discount

*** Get Palette Pro now with a 50% discount

Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers

by The Still River Software Company, LLC
Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers
Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers
Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers

What is it about?

*** Get Palette Pro now with a 50% discount. This is a time-limited off so hurry up and get it now."

Palette Pro - Color Capture for Designers

App Details

Version
1.5.3
Rating
(19)
Size
1Mb
Genre
Utilities
Last updated
September 15, 2015
Release date
May 21, 2012
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App Store Description

*** Get Palette Pro now with a 50% discount. This is a time-limited off so hurry up and get it now."

"For anyone involved in graphic design, this well-supported app is a must-have time saver." - Color Maven

Palette Pro gives users the ability to use their iPhone or iPad camera to capture colors from every day objects and store those colors for later use.

Web developers and designers can use saved colors to add realistic colors to HTML and CSS in their web sites using the hex color codes provided.

Interior decorators and graphic designers can use this application to help match client colors for their projects.

CMYK colors are provided and can be used by a print shop for printed materials. Take full advantage of RGB, CMYK and Hex values.

"Works great for web designers like me and is fun to fling around getting colors anyways. Definitely so many other options could be incorporated in future but as is, it is great." - Joe

NOTE: The camera's color sampling will vary based on your lighting. If the surface is highly reflective the results may not be as you expect. The same is true in very low-light conditions.