Palette is a beautiful tool for designers and artists, used to create unique color palettes from the inspiration all around you.
** Features **
Use your camera, or saved photos to create beautiful color palettes.
Built in zoom view gives you pixel level precision when picking colours.
Need some help getting started? Browse the inspiration page, an endless supply of great photos ready to be turned into colorful palettes.
Grab individual HEX and RGB values from your palettes to use in web and graphic design projects.
Love your latest palette? Share it on your social media, send via text or e-mail, or just save it to your camera roll, all from inside the app.
We've updated the inspiration page to display great new photos from Unsplash!
New options for sharing your Palettes. You can now save your Palette directly to your photos, share with the iOS share sheet, or copy all HEX values and photographer info to the clipboard at once.
Ratings and Reviews
Easy to use and great way to get palettes from camera or photos
My two favorite color palette apps aren't in the iTunes store any more, so I had t find a replacement. This one is fast and easy. The palettes saved show the photos and the colors RGB and hex codes. You touch the photo and when you get the color you want to save to the palette, you click the camera circle. Great for artists and designers.
Understanding how this works
I am a want to be artist with several photos I've taken of scenes I'd like to paint. I think this app might be really useful in breaking down the many colors within a photo so I'm playing with the app to see how it works. I don't know if this is something I should know so please forgive me for asking but along with each color are numbers and letters.. I'm pretty sure the letters stand for the colors (B-blue G-green etc) but what do the numbers stand for??
Developer Response ,
Hi Jammjenn! Glad you're enjoying the app 👍. The numbers you see next to each color are first: a HEX value (#FFFFFF) and second an RGB value (R: 255 G: 255 B: 255). These numbers are commonly used by designers to represent colours on a screen, and can be input into various design software. And you guessed right, R is for RED, G for Green, B for Blue. The HEX value is actually just a base 16 representation of the same RGB value, so instead of using 0...9 the numbers are represented 0...9, A, B, C...F. So 255 becomes FF. We also have plans to add support for CMYK values, used by print designers, in the future. I hope that answers your question! 🚀 💫
Very cool and great tool!
I just downloaded this App and did a test pic with my bed comforter which has many colors.
I moved over each color in my pic and made a color palette to use as a guide for walls, pillows, room accents. I can’t wait to try this outside in the woods!
I do wish it listed the actual Pantone color numbers though.
Can you assign a specific title/name to each palette for looking up later?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.