Turn inspiration into custom paint palettes that will lead you to your best color decisions yet with ColorSnap Visualizer for iPad. Explore color and virtually paint any room with the swipe of a finger. Match colors from photos, save colors and even paint your own walls.
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Ratings and Reviews
I found this program helpful. If you have used any apps that let you adjust color and light or face tones on a picture this will help. I notice that the color that goes over the picture is slightly translucent to allow seeing the image of the home behind it. So I feel it doesn’t give the true color. I would loosely compare it to looking like one coat of paint instead of the final two coats. But it certainly helps one think through what direction to head for!
Just use the web browser experience; the app isn't worth the frustration
I previously used the desktop site for planning the color updates we wanted to make to our living room. It was a little tedious on a laptop, much like trying to map out a route on a web browser to gauge distance walked. I was excited to learn there's an iPad app, especially since I just got an apple pencil as a gift. I was convinced it would make it easier to draw out the sections to color.
unfortunately that is not the case. I'm using the app on a new iPad air (4th gen) and it's super buggy to the point of being unusable. Sure the pencil helps make drawing th areas easier, but the app just selects and fills in whatever it thinks was your focus. It's super unintuitive to figure out how to select a previously drawn section without filling it with the wrong color. I need to draw selections because my condo used to be a rental and every wall/ceiling is the exact same color, so the AI for knowing the different surfaces just can't work well, given that there is no native distinction in the pixels.
Since the pencil was so much easier to use, I thought I'd try the desktop site on my mobile browser. But alas, their sniffing outmy device type and the mobile site experience is not available. They force you to use this barely functional app when using the iPad. I wish there was a way to bypass, but I can't find one. bummer.
Developer Response ,
Great feedback smash, this is very helpful. I know it's not solving the issues you're seeing right now but will help us going forward. Thanks!
Helpful, but only to a point
I downloaded this app to help facilitate some decision making for a planned home project. What I was looking for was an app that would let me 1) upload a sketch I had made, and then 2) recommend colors based on the sketch, which I could then 3) save to palettes for when I shopped.
It’s great at #1 and #3, but only so-so for #2. The color selections looked great on the screen but were a bit off when I compared them to what I saw at the store. That's probably not the app’s fault per se, but you will likely have to find yourself choosing a color in the store other then what the app recommends at home, which is why I cannot fully recommend this app. (Ironically, another nice ancillary feature is that the app shows you where in a Sherwin Williams store to find a particular swatch. That’s terrific! If not for.... well, see above)
Overall it’s fine for what it is, but not the one stop shop you’d like, though again it may not be entirely the app’s fault.
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