The ultimate app to convert, analyze, search and save colors!
A MUST HAVE for developers, designers, artists, painters or simply for settling the argument... "is this color more a Blue or a Green?"

Manipulate color values to find the 'perfect color' easily! Then find out everything about it at the touch of a button. Extract colors from images, or search for them by name.

"What is the name of that color?" ... Now you can find out!

• Shake for a random color!
• Turn sideways for full screen color!
• Double tap to save a color!

• Full screen color
• Minimalistic design
• Custom numeric and hexadecimal keyboards

• Constant conversions between: HSB/HSV, RGB, HEX and CMYK.
• Convert by sliders or textfields

• Multitude of information about each color, including: Luminance, Temperature, Colorfulness, Pantone Value, Shades/Tints/Tones and Color names
• Get accommodating color schemes, including; mono, complement, triad, tetrad, analogic and accented analogic.

• Search for a color by name
• Search through numerous dictionaries, including; Base, Crayon, CSS, iOS, Moroney, System, Wikipedia and XKCD Dictionaries.

• Extract colors from a saved image
• Capture an image for immediate color extraction

• Save colors easily into one place
• Reorder and delete saved colors

• Set the RGB values to be a percentage, or out of 255.
• Set the Hue in HSB to be a percentage, or set in degrees.

What's New

Version 1.2.2

– Added the 'extra precision from images' option in the settings; when turned on, after extracting a color from an image, the values for the color will have a higher precision (more decimal places)
– When extracting a color from an image, the maximum 'averaging pixel size' is now larger than it used to be

– 3D Touch quick actions are back!! They were originally added but accidentally broke it for non 3D touch phones — then accidentally removed them when fixing it again for non 3D touch phones
– Teleporting bin in the saved colors

Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

9 Ratings

9 Ratings



PLEASE fix this. I was able to save my first color I hearted, but the app won’t save anything else. I tap the heart icon and it just shows me the one previous color I saved and that’s it. Other than that, this app is great!

Please o please landscape mode


Would you please consider making it so the app works in landscape mode>. I use my iPad almost exclusively horizontally. It's super cumbersome in portrait mode, which is all your cool app has to offer. Please!

Best App of It's Kind


I really appreciate this application. I am not using it for professional purposes--I wish to stimulate my vision by teaching myself to look for color more. I have started by looking to subtle differences in shades and hues, such as in skin and eye colors, with which this application is tremendously helpful.
When I use this application, I don't use the camera feature, as I want to keep the photos I take, which so far this app does not seem to do. Instead, and easily enough, I choose to extract colors from images in my photo library.
Initially you can see the color you are looking at while extracting it from your image via a bar at the bottom & top of the screen; from there you can click the heart at the top of the screen to save a color, then keep extracting other colors (a nice feature that I just discovered, which allows you to pull many colors from the picture at once, then go back to review them), or you can click the check mark in the bottom right corner of the image to go to a color's details.
If you opt to go to the details, you'll be taken to a page that shows the color's identity value & percentages (as applicable) in HSB, RGB, CMYK and HEX; beneath which is displayed the name of the color according to a base dictionary for colors. Behind this, the screen's background displays the color.
I really recommend clicking on the 'information' button in the upper-right corner of this screen; it will show you the Luminance, Temperature, Colorfulness and Patone Value of your color, as well as shades, tints, tones and color schemes in mono, complementary, triad, tetrad, analogous and accented analogous. You'll also find related color names at the bottom of the screen from other color dictionaries, which is my favorite part!
There is still more to this application than I have been able to relate here, but these are the highlights. Absolutely a wonderful tool to keep on your iPad or iPhone if you are a designer, artist or anyone with a love for colors!


David Williames
3.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© David Williames


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