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- Match any four points on a photo to the four closest Dunn-Edwards colors
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- Fill the screen on your mobile device with a single color
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This is not an app to try out different D-E paint colors on your walls. It's an app to analyze the colors in a picture (of a flower, stone wall, etc.) and tell you the D-E colors that match it.
The accuracy of the app depends on the accuracy/lighting of the colors in the photo. For example, I took a picture of my living room walls, which are painted in a D-E color. The app does not return that color, but I think it's because my iPhone is adjusting something in the exposure (maybe it's looking for a face!).
What's the point?
The Behr app and the Sherwin-Williams app let me try different colors on the walls of my house, using photos I had taken of my house. The Dunn-Edwards app only tells me what color the walls already are or allows me to match the color of a picture of a flower. Nice. If I look up a Dunn-Edwards paint color by name or number I still can't try it out on the photo of my wall. What's the point?
Also the App support isn't for the app itself but how to pick a paint color. Why call it app support?
I used the app to do a color match. The customer service rep at my local Dunn Edwards store told me that using the app won't work to find a color "that's even close to being correct". What's the point of the app???