The world is full of bright and interesting colors. If you’re someone like a graphic designer or programmer, a color picker is a great tool that can help bring a specific tint to your work.
In Living Color
A new app, Aurora, is a great way to find more information than you can imagine about a specific color.
From developer Shihab Mehboob, who is behind the great note-taking app Allegory, Aurora is another well-designed and easy-to-use app.
When you find an interesting color, use the camera picker to drag a picker and capture the specific color. You can also find a color from a static image.
The app will showcase extensive information about the specific color like HEX, RGB, CMYK, and much more like related palettes. There is even information about CSS and Swift code along with Pantone and Crayola colors.
On each color page, it's easy to copy the color information to use.
And you can even access the color information while not using the app. A Today Extension will show the most recently saved colors.
You can even use the Apple Watch app to also view the same information. Tap on the color to see more information on the watch screen.
Designed for the iPhone and all iPad models Aurora: Color Picker can be .
There is also a version available on the Mac App Store for $2.99. One of the best features of that version is Touch Bar support to view different colors.