When working on a design project, it can be desirable to use a specific list of colour codes. Whether you are a solo designer or a team, this tool can help you build that list. Tested on the go, it has already helped to customise website layouts and themes, aid the creation of software and also teach colour code usage to novices.
Other methods of storage can become bloated and unclear, but with an ordered list of colours, names and codes there is a better chance of finding what you want, right away! You can easily share your lists with other devices since the files are saved as xml, a format which makes it simple to exchange data between platforms.
* View colours in a list or full screen
* Create your own colour scheme files
* Download new colour schemes online
* Save colour as background wallpaper
* Display randomly generated colours
* Strobe light with adjustable delay
* Lots of options to tweak appearance
For more information on this version, please visit http://www.mancwebdesign.co.uk/changelog-colour-viewer
The only difference between free and pro versions is adverts in the lists. All application features are available to free and pro from version 2.0.0 onwards.
You must have writeable storage location in order to load, save and download any custom files. All downloadable content was created with the built-in editor, aided by a USB keyboard on a 7 inch tablet device. USB keyboard support is functional, but may not be available to some devices.