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I've been using the desktop version for a while now, and it's been pretty good so far (although I'm frustrated at almost all features being changed to "pro only"), and I wanted to try out the app version since the color display on my phone is better than my laptop's color display. It's mostly working okay, but it won't let me export the palettes as images no matter what I do. Taking screenshots is fine as a workaround, but it's frustrating that such a basic feature isn't functional.
104 people found this review helpful
App is extremely easy to use. All of the features from desktop is available on mobile and it's very easy to understand and access them. However, its a shame that you can only save up to 10 palettes to your library if you're not a pro account. As someone who use to store most of their palettes via coolors, its a shame I can no longer continue that collection without paying. However, if you're a person who needs a lightweight palette generator that can also color pick from photos, 10/10 for that.
64 people found this review helpful
I understand wanting to make money off of something like this, but it's really dumb to charge money to make a palette more than 5 colors. This could be a really good art tool. Instead, it's an unfortunate byproduct of people with good ideas needing to make money to survive. Just run ads or something, guys. I don't even need to save the palettes. I could just generate 2 4 color palettes, or 1 5 and 1 3 color, and then combine them manually, but that's not as fun, and just feels tedious and dumb.
89 people found this review helpful