ColorSnap® Visualizer

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About this app

Instantly see any Sherwin-Williams color on your own walls, in real time. With ColorSnap Visualizer’s Paint features, you can use augmented reality or a photo of your space, and tap the wall to change its color instantly. Other features let you match the colors in a photo and quickly get color details, like where to find it in our stores and what colors complement it. Get ready to make faster, more confident color decisions with ColorSnap—only from Sherwin-Williams. In addition to overall enhancements, you can now:
• Always get to the feature you want, using the Explore, Paint and Resources tabs at the bottom of your screen
• In Explore see all our colors on the digital color wall, match a photo or scan a color number.
• In Paint see our colors in context with Instant Paint or Paint a Photo.
• In Resources to find a store, figure out how much paint you need and log into mySW to see any colors you’ve saved, even if you did it on your computer or tablet.
• More easily create, save and share your own paint color palettes
• Quickly share images of rooms you’ve “painted” in the app
Updated on
Nov 17, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
No data collected
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Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted
8.34K reviews
Deborah Briggs
November 7, 2022
Like everyone is saying, this app looks good and could be great, but it doesn't actually function the way it should. If you use one of their very few stock photos, you can edit the colors with some accuracy, though they tend to look very computer-generated and unrealistic. However, if you upload a photo of your own, which is what most of us are trying to do with this, you cannot edit individual items within the photo with any sort of accuracy whatsoever and the colors don't even look right. Sad
8 people found this review helpful
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Aloysius Wilderburr
October 22, 2022
The interface is good looking and features would be super useful and well conceived IF THEY ACTUALLY WORKED. I'm pulling my hair out because after spending time picking out colors for a palette, saving the palette, and getting a confirmation that it was saved, as soon as i back out of the screen I'm on or just go to the "my ideas" section, the palette is gone. Nevermind that the actual paint a photo feature is clunky and lacks the features of any basic editor...
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Jason Carter
September 25, 2022
This is quite possibly the worst app I've ever ATTEMPTED to use. Did you guys take this to a kindergarten science fair for the design phase? You can't choose a color and then get back to the photo. If you somehow manage to, chances are the color will just fill the whole screen. You can't switch between colors so making a pallette is pointless and if you do manage to get the color where it was intended the fill is terrible. Who in the world tested this and thought "yep that's the product"
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What's new

Minor updates and bug fixes to improve your color exploration experience