iPhone and iPad apps tagged "color picker."
Colors by Number Puts the Fun Back in Color Theory
I'm not sure what it is, but choosing complimentary colors has always been an issue for me. I have the "eye" to see what looks good on HGTV, but when it comes to actually picking the colors out, I'm a bit clueless.
iBrainstormer 1.0 - Easy-To-Use Project Based Mind Mapping Application
iVinnyApps is pleased to announce the release of iBrainstormer 1.1 for iOS. iBrainstormer is an app that allows people to visually gather ideas in the form of a mind map. The app allows users to build their map in a fluid predictable fashion anywhere they are.
Color Range is Next Generation Photo Editing App for iOS
As a photo addict, I'm always on the hunt for iPhone photo apps. The latest and greatest is Color Range, an iOS app that specializes in adding selective color effects to pics in your iPhone or iPad Photo Library.
6 Drawing Apps to Make Art on the iPad
Someone either much wiser or just much snottier than me once said, “Painting is easy. Art is hard.” These apps can get you painting on your iPad. Is it art? It depends who you ask – just don’t ask that guy.
Brushes - iPad edition ($7.99. Steve Sprang) I know, I know, “stop right there.
With Palette.able, Your iPhone Becomes Your Color Consultant
For those who are design and style-conscious, but may have difficulty with the rules of color, Palette.able gives iPhone users color compatibility guidance at your fingertips. More than just a color wheel, Palette.
June's The New Yorker Magazine Cover Features iPhone Finger Painting
The June 1 cover of The New Yorker magazine is a finger painting created on the iPhone. As far as I know, it’s the first time the iPhone has been used to create a magazine cover, at least for a brand-name pub.
Pinpoint Colors With iSpectrum Color Blind Assistant
iSpectrum Color Blind Assistant by Wishbone Apps offers up some very useful features for the color blind as well as those who are not.
The app is straight forward and a breeze to use.
Wait for iProcrastinate to Get Better
iProcrastinate Mobile is, according to Craig Otis, its developer, "task management for the rest of us." That's not quite correct.
Although the developer says in his description and on his Web site that iProcrastinate is aimed equally at students and business folks, I don't buy it.
MyPaint2: Set Your Inner Picasso Free
Doodle or scribble much? MyPaint2, from My Media, is a neat little app for doodling and scribbling notes. You can start with a blank canvas or a photo from your camera roll.
Tap the color picker, use the sliders to fine tune your color if you want.