The new designer app from Pantone features 10,000 colors and a dedicated research section. There’s also a news feed showing the latest trends from the Pantone Color Institute. The advantage of the app is that it provides a mobile image analyzer that breaks down the image into its color composition and finds a mood board based on the colors in the picture. It works wit Adobe Creative Cloud and Photoshop. Users can upload their color palettes to these picture editing software. Another useful feature is the comparison tool which lets you apply different graphics, fabrics, interiors, and 3D papers to see how the image would look in real-life.
With this app, you can share palette and color combinations via social media. The Pantone Studio app is currently available for iOS. It is free to download, but many of the features require a subscription. It costs $7.99 a month or $59.99 a year.
Source: International Business Times
Creative Bloq has a list of the 60 best iPhone apps for designers. Here’s the top 10:
- Paper – This app is described as a ‘wall of sticky notes, without the sticky, or the wall.’
- Adobe Illustrator Draw – With this app, you can draw detailed vector illustrations.
- Sketchworthy – Sketch, draw, or write on maps, webpages, and photos
- Front Candy – This app lets you create captions and add them to photos
- Fuzel – This is a photo collage app.
- Doodle Buddy – This features a color picker with 44,000 hues.
- Ruler Plus – This is a 7 cm ruler that is used to take measurements.
- FX Photo Studio – There are lots of filters and textures in this app.
- Layers – This is a painting app with five layers.
- PicLab HD – Create inspiring images with this app. There’s filters and layers.