Having to pay for an app that would help my buy from Lee is so wrong!
Useful, but wish it was better made It's nice to have all the gel info and tools in an app, rather than having to access the website. However, performance is decidedly sluggish and the interface is not well-designed. The swatch book paradigm, taken literally, does not translate well to a touchscreen device. The various interactions to get gel info and manage your palette are clunky and at times confusing. Bizarrely, the saved palettes UI is laid out half in portrait and half in landscape orientation. Could be a great app if better-designed.
Extremely poor The app is full of bugs, it never properly loads and often freezes. I have to open and close the app about 20 times before it'll work properly, it would be quicker to load the Web page
Color Hue Issues Color hues are not precise and it would be helpful if the color gels were searchable by color code in the Color Hex and/or Color Space formats. Example: #f2f2ff
Ported from an iphone Using a tablet Nexus 7 and you can tell that this is designed for a phone not a tablet. You can also tell that by the design style from the UI. Neither way it works well not super but still happy!
Gel Comparitor doesn't work at all. All I get is a gray screen below the search bar. I type in a number and it does nothing.
Search now looks at colour descriptions as well as titles, enabling more general searches - like "romantic" or "evening."
Minor data update.
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