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by George Jones
by George Jones
Capture and inspect the colors in your photos with Colordrop – a modern and advanced color picker.CAPTURECapture colors from your photos.- Pick colors from any image or photo.- Open from your Photo Library, Camera, or Files.- Live Capture lets you see the colors around you in real time.- Open images or import colors from Adobe Creative Cloud.- Easily view and pick the most dominant colors in an image.- Select a 'capture radius' to have granular control over the colors you capture.- The Colordrop app extension lets you pick colors without opening the app, for example in the Photos app.- Today View widget shows you your most recent colors.- Manually add a color by hex code or using the built-in color picker.INSPECTThe most detailed color analysis tool available on iPhone or iPad.- RGB, CYMK and RYB color overviews.- CIE-LAB, CIE-LCH, HSL, HSV, XYZ color values (and many more).- Complementary and split-complementary colors.- Triadic and tetradic colors.- Tints, shades, tones and monochromatic colors.- Square and analogous colors.- Similar colors for RAL Classic, Web, HKS and many more.- Color blindness simulator and color contrast checker.- Quickly copy or share color codes.- Color descriptions describe the appearance of a color in real terms.- Metadata tells you the source of the color, and when you saved it.EVEN MORE...A powerful tool for developers and creatives alike.- Powerful search feature, including support for Spotlight.- Organize your colors with tags.- Drag and drop colors to other apps, or to save new ones.- Siri Shortcuts for capturing or viewing colors.- Apple Watch app to view all of your saved colors at a glance.- Export colors to Procreate swatch, Adobe color swatch, or to JSON or CSV formats.- Change the default illuminant for accurate color in any environment.- Customize the color data you see.Colordrop is developed by a team of one! Any feedback and suggestions for new features are greatly appreciated. You can get in touch on Twitter (@penguingeorge), or by emailing [email protected]