ColorSnap® Visualizer

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2.2
9.23K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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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
Aug 22, 2023

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

Ratings and reviews

2.2
9.02K reviews
Katie Elizabeth
January 7, 2024
Save your time. Believe the reviews. All complaints are correct. I thought that people were maybe being a bit harsh. It couldn't possibly be that bad, could it? Turns out, yeah, it's that bad. The "painting" is an overlay that has some kind of partial opacity. I assume to mimic shadows, but what actually happens is that you get wildly different variations of the same color that look absolutely nothing like the advertised color since it is keying off the existing color.
4 people found this review helpful
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Matthew McCoul
January 9, 2024
It gets 2 stars for being able to loosely see how a room would look with different paint. It's not great. Streaks of the old color remain, especially at corners, the AR is buggy, and there seems to be no option to select a second color, even in photo edit mode. It seems like it would have been pretty rudimentary to just add it, and it would help a lot with things like floor colors, ceilings, splash walls... big missed opportunity. The UI is hard to navigate for something with so few options.
20 people found this review helpful
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Missy Williamson
December 5, 2023
This is maybe the worst painting applicator you can use. The fill in options are horrible, there's no way to color in individual areas manually, and it can't be used on exterior photos. The color overlays are horrible- I mean really, really bad. They don't make the room look the intended color anymore than those old-school dyslexia overlays. I can't imagine this app being useful for anyone, in any situation.
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What's new

Minor updates and bug fixes to improve your color exploration experience