Uhm… the app is great until you actually try to use it. There is no export function to let you use the palette anywhere else, nor even a library within the app to actually save the palette with colour information for reference. A screenshot of a random tiny section of the palette does not serve much purpose. Pity, as it had the potential to be simple yet effective.
This could be perfect, but the giagantic color swatches take up a whole row. What a waste of space. Instead of stacking the rows, make two or three rectangles of color on each row so you see all the colors without scrolling. I have to do a screenshot and use a color picker because it only saves half the palette to the gallery.
There is a button to save your palette, it just doesn't work. It shows a message that the image has been saved to gallery, only fails to actually do so. Screenshot is the way to go, which is a bit meh.
This app is actually rather useful to me! It pulls out an extensive palette from an image. I just wish I was able to save the whole palette instead of a portion of it. Shame. :/
Good but it would be nice if you could add a function where you can randomly generate a color palette just like the coolors.co website.
Is it possible to save the hex codes of a certain picture and apply them to another picture of my own choosing?
- Bug fixes and improvements.
Analog Film is the easist photo filter app to add analog film effects to images!