I am one of those people who, when they personalize their mobile, do so to the extreme, to the point of forming patterns that are mainly based on color. To do this, I need to know the exact color codes of the interface that I want to edit. So far, no app faithfully granted me the codes I needed, and it was a pain to find one. With Pixolor that is possible.
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Finally a well-made app that brings out the colors of your Android
As you know, colors have codes that define them. There is a variety so absolutely abysmal that the color codes can be infinite. I am a very maniacal person, and if I want to put the whole interface of an app of a color I need it to be The exact color. That is why I always try to get the code since it is the only way to guarantee the faithful result.
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Pixolor works in a way that seems very ingenious to me. If you start it, a floating magnifier will appear. Depending on where you put it, that magnifying glass will give you the color underneath. For example, in the image above we have placed it on the sepia background and it has given us Exactly the requested color. And there is more.
This magnifying glass gives us not only the RGB calibration in numbers, but also gives us the name of the color and a darker variation of this in one of the halves of the magnifying glass. If you want to get the original color, it is the one below. In addition, if we go to the app leaving the magnifying glass, it will not move and we can copy the code from the application (or edit it if we want an approximate color)
In addition, in the application we will see a scheme of all the colors that the magnifying glass comprises. We can pinch and enlarge what is inside, also expand it. And if we go to Pixolor we can see a scale of all the colors in the magnifying glass. For those most in need of accuracy like me.
Pixolor is free, although it has a version without ads that has a couple of limitations. But the important thing is that the app raises a very good idea for all those obsessed with accuracy in personalization, with an ingenious and easy to use concept. I've been using it for a long time and it has never given me a problem. If you were looking for an app like that, don't hesitate: try it.