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Ramps: Color Palette Companion

The color palette companion you need for your art

Ramps is a gorgeous color palette app that works side-by-side with almost any art app

Ramps: Color Palette Companion

by Spencer Curtis
Ramps: Color Palette Companion
Ramps: Color Palette Companion
Ramps: Color Palette Companion
$1.99 in the App Store

Ramps is a gorgeous color palette app that works side-by-side with almost any art app. It has all of the key features that make transferring your palette from Ramps into your art app quick and easy.

What is it about?

Introducing Ramps, a color palette companion designed to work side-by-side with almost any art app.

Ramps: Color Palette Companion

App Details

Version
1.0.1
Rating
NA
Size
16Mb
Genre
Utilities Productivity
Last updated
September 16, 2017
Release date
September 4, 2017
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Introducing Ramps, a color palette companion designed to work side-by-side with almost any art app.

KEY FEATURES:

- An intuitive editor that features sliders so you can quickly and easily create ramps. If you need more precise numbers, simply tap on the number value in the editor, and enter in the number you want using your keyboard.
- Simply tap on each color in your ramp, and it will copy the hex code to your pasteboard. That way, you can simply paste the code for that exact color into almost any drawing or art app.
- Maybe copying and pasting each color isn't your thing. You can tap the share button, and import an image of your ramp directly into your drawing app.
- Full native iOS Split View multitasking, so you can have both your drawing/art app, and Ramps open at the same time to make transferring your palette even faster
- Hardware keyboard shortcuts

QUICK TIPS:

- Tap and hold on a saved palette to show a delete button on the top right corner of your palettes. Once you're done, tap somewhere else, and they'll go away so you don't accidentally delete one you want to keep.
- If you're in a multitasking view where you can only see either the color list, or the list of saved ramps, you can swipe left and right to switch between the two instead of tapping the button on the top left.

FUTURE UPDATE PLANS:

- iPhone/iPod support
- Palette synchronization between all of your devices.