By Olá Brothers
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The refreshingly simple color picker that instantly samples and encodes any color on your screen. Just one quick click to savor the flavor and you're set! See what’s on special with Sip below.
Color coding goes down easy with Sip. Choose the color model you’re thirsty for, swig a pixel from anywhere on the screen, then hit paste to pour the color’s code into your code editor. Drink up! Less time hunting for hex codes is definitely good for your health.
WHAT’LL IT BE?
Order Sip just the way you like it—customize app and color options with a fine selection of user preferences.
• Select the color format you want to use. Choose from: CSS Hex, CSS3 HSL, CSS3 RGB, Calibrated NSColor for HSB, Calibrated NSColor for RGB, Device NSColor for CMYK, Device NSColor for HSB, Device NSColor for RGB, UIColor HSB, UIColorRGB, CGColor Generic RGB, and CGColor Generic CMYK.
• Set the number of colors to keep in your history.
• Toggle "All Caps" CSS color formatting.
• Constantly guzzling colors.
CHUG! CHUG! CHUG!
Sip makes your coding process faster with tasty shortcuts.
André and Rui
The Olá Brothers
What's New in Version 3.2.1
• Change color profile inline
• Fixed minor bugs
Slows Down Your Workflow
First off, I appreciate the work and inspiration that went into making this. For me, however, this software’s performance and bloat got in the way of the fundamental problem it is attempting to solve - to provide a useful set of productivity features on top of a color picker.
My Mid 2013 MacBook Air isn’t a beast, but there is no excuse for the delay between using the keyboard shortcut to open the color picker and the point at which the color picker actually opens. This is certainly an issue with Sip (or possibly whatever OS X API it is using). By comparison, applications like Alfred open instantly when using the keyboard shortcut, providing a fast and unintrusive user experience.
On a positive note, the Adobe CS integration and plethora of color formats does give this potential. But until Sip performs as fast as you would expect for a tool of its nature, I’m fine just using OS X's Digitial Color Meter and Shift+Command+C.
Sip is hands-down the most beautiful and refined color picker out there in a very crowded market. The “Pro” features are incredible – I’ve never had so much fun playing with colors in my life than when I found the color-mixer tool. If you work with colors at all, you need this app. It’s as simple as that.
To the developers: Keep up the great work!
Some Pro Features don’t Work
Just purchased the Pro version. It doesn’t sync between my iMac and Macbook. I’m not able to change the palette names. Nice app but needs improvement.