Helps you find, save, use and share colors and color codes
From Colors’ uncluttered user interface you can easily generate an unlimited number of color schemes and analyze the colors in any given image.
The right side panel helps you create multiple user-definable color palettes that can encompass a large number of colors grabbed from the analyzed pictures.
With Colors’ help you can select a color from any given source via Mac OS X’s default Colors application. Once selected, Colors allows you to convert the current color code to any of the supported codes.
Switch between different color codes and preview your color schemes with ease
As follows, you can copy the color code in RGB, HEX, UIColor, Java RGB, NSColor, CSS3 and other known codes. By default, Colors displays the color name, RGB, HEX and CMYK code along with the Hue, Saturation, Brightness and Alpha value in the main window.
In addition, you can preview the selected color or color scheme using the customizable Web Preview, the Stripes or Squares view mode.
On top of that, Colors enables you to send the currently selected color as fill or stroke color to Adobe Illustrator, as well as foreground or background color to Adobe Photoshop. You also have the option to export your color palettes as PDF, HTML or Adobe Swatches with just a couple of mouse clicks.
Export, share and backup your color palettes via iCloud
By accessing the Preferences window, you can use a custom color space, assign a global keyboard shortcut, hide or show the Dock and menubar icon, make Colors’ main window a floating utility pane and enable the iCloud backup and sync feature.
To conclude, Colors is a straightforward color picker, color scheme and palette generator as well as image analyzer that helps you find, save and share your colors.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on August 20th, 2014
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- Added shortcuts for 'send to' actions.
- Fixed some bugs.
Application descriptionColors stores all your colors, schemes, and palettes and works with iCloud, Dropbox, and Co so that you can access th...