Current Version: 2.0.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 776.8 KB - Download
ColorPalette makes it easy to find blending colors for a theme. Just drop an image on the window to extract its colors and sort them by different attributes. ColorPalette will help you to build beautiful color schemes quick and easy.
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✔ Drag an image on the document window to extract it's colors
✔ Change the number of extracted colors
✔ Sort the colors by different attributes
✔ Save the palette for later use and editing
✔ Export your colors to an image with Drag&Drop
✔ Manage your favorite colors of the image
✔ Export your favorites to an image with Drag&Drop
✔ See RGB, HSB and CMYK values of a selected color
- fixed a bug with the window layout
- especially users of OS X 10.6 are recommended to update, the next version of ColorPalette will only support Lion or newer OS X Versions
Most Helpful Reviews
Very Easy Color Palette Pick from your Photo - This tool is very simple. I had to build a website (I'm not a developer) with colors based on our logo. It was very easy to drop our logo into the color palette picker and see all the corresponding colors. This app has completed a task that was going to take me a very long time to figure out. Now that I see all the corresponding colors I can now pick the ones that will look best on our website. I also had three colors already picked out for our website. I was able to take a snap shot of our webpage (Command+shift+5) that was partially built and then drop that snap shot into this app. It then showed me the color palette to the three colors I already picked. I would recommend this to anyone trying to develop a webpage based on colors from a specific image. A++
Waste of time. - Get a free version of Gimp and choose the colors the way you want instead of using this stupid app.
More Reviews for Current Version
Exactly what I needed - I created a bunch of report mock-ups in pages and needed to build them in another tool on the PC. I started to make a palette by hand then thought to see if there was an app for that. There is. This is it. Drop your image in and it shows you all the colors with RGB values. Sure you can do it in GIMP or Illustrator but I'd have to drop in my image, pick the color, write down the rgb values, make a text box, type in the values, it was taking a long time. I just exported to pdf, loaded into photoshop, saved as a jpeg and dropped in it - took minutes and this app shows me all the color values. A nice feature add would be to show a printable list of all colors used but this is still exactly what I need - I just have to click on the color to see its value and that is very easy.