Use the iPhone or iPad camera to capture RGB values in real-time and convert them to the closest color name from a dictionary of nearly 900 colors. Also available: RYB, HSL and CMYK values, HTML color code, and the closest HTML color name. Touch a color square to view the information for that sample at any time.Organize the sample collection on the Edit screen. After organizing your sample collection, email the color samples with color chips, with color chips and a selected photo, or as text only.On the Options screen, set the sample aperture from 1x1 to 50x50 pixels, or select which color conversions to display.Touch the new "Target" selector then touch the screen to move the sample location without moving the device.App Store screen shots simulatedPhoto copyright E. Huybrechtshttps://www.flickr.com/photos/ensh/4769294947/in/album-72157607460583769/Modified and used under license: Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generichttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
What's new in this version:
+ NEW: Updated for iOS 9!+ NEW: Remember aperture setting+ Change: Build for iOS 8.0 instead of 5.0+ Change: Move Settings button from bottom-right to top-right, and change from System Info button to gear icon+ Change: Convert UIActionSheet and UIAlertView to UIAlertController+ Change: Move from manual retain/release/autorelease to ARC+ Change: Refactor all analysis code into Analysis strategy classes and an AnalysisManager+ Change: Move analysisLabel, sampleView and targetView to Storyboards+ F...
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