Nearly perfect I love the mix of hex and decimal. Decimal I can use for the RGBA function. I don't know if there's any rgbo function. So I have to figure out how to convert the 'o' value to a percentage. I like the hex input method. The only thing I would change is an option to hide the Android icon so only the selected color shows.
This app is helpful for matching the icons, widgets, etc on your homescreen to suit the colours of your wallpaper. (Just screenshot your home screen and use it as the image to extract the colours from). The colour palette feature- where the main colours present in the image (and their RGB codes) are automatically selected- is a nice touch. The only thing is that it would be good if there was a way to copy the RGB values onto the clip board.
Does what it says on the tin... Simple and effective, with some suggestions for improvement, a segmented screen to display multiple adjustable (sliding) swatches. A before and after view, ie; a grid layout with selectable areas. As a designer I require a range of colours when creating site templates. Perhaps with an option to overlay the swatch references on it's respective swatch. Otherwise a great tool for anyone working with colour. Keep up the great work dev'
Perfect You can get the colour codes that you want from photos or take a new photo from the app. Just what I wanted.
Finally Such a simple idea for something that I have been searching for forever
Exactly what I was looking for. Helpful, beautiful.
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow support
- Chrome Custom Tabs
- UI improvements
- Fixed minor bugs