SwatchMatic, the point-and-shoot color palette maker . . . with robots! You need colors -- for your website, your company logo, your wedding, your kitchen makeover, whatever. Fortunately, they're everywhere, and SwatchMatic helps you artfully combine and share them. Point your mobile's camera at a color you like and it tells you the color's name and all the values you need to recreate it, plus it gives you five other colors that nicely match it. You can choose how SwatchMatic finds matching colors (complements, analogs, triads, etc.) and even tweak any of the colors using easy to use sliders. There's no color you can't make. Once you're happy, you can share your palette as an image featuring loveable robots all dressed up in your colors, or as simple text so they can easily be recreated in design applications like Illustrator and Photoshop or shared with printing services, paint suppliers, etc. SwatchMatic, the point-and-shoot color palette maker. It's fun, free, and even useful. Try it now. ****Call for Spanish and Italian Color Name Lists (and Other Languages Too)*French is in. Help me get support for Spanish and Italian names as well. Please e-mail me links to lists. Ideally, they should be at least 400 names long. That's about how long the French Wikipedia list is. (By comparison, the English Resene paints list is around 1,200 colors long.) The more, the better. (A short list will result in visibly different colors displaying with the same names.) Need RGB (preferred), HSV, or HEX values alongside the names. And, of course, the lists need to be OK to use with proper attribution. Thanks!*** *Special Thanks*Thanks to Resene Paints for the evocative English color names. Thanks to Wikipedia for the French ones. Thanks to Stanford University for posting and online Android programming course that helped get me started. (And thanks to Coursera for continuing to feed my fledgling coding brain.) Thanks to StackOverflow for so many answers. Thanks to Android Asset Studio for the ActionBar icons. Thanks to Yayayoy of VectorStock.com for the robots! *Change Log** September 1, 2012 - Fix added for runtime crash on Samsung Galaxy S and other handsets. (This had to do with an incompatible camera preview resolution being set.) * September 1, 2012 - Fix added for crash when toggling the Contrast button on pre-Android 3.0 devices. * September 2, 2012 - Fix added to stop sampling activity from sleeping. * September 13, 2012 - Back button standardization (for most screens). * September 13, 2012 - Added option from gallery activity to export selected palette to the device's gallery. * September 13, 2011 - Added a new sampling mode to the camera preview that returns the 6 most dominant (populous) colors in a scene. Touch double hearts, then choose Dominant Scene Colors. It doesn't continuously sample, so touch the Sample button when everything is properly framed. Get in close to ensure the colors you want are represented. Great for capturing the signature colors of flowers, sunsets, graphic art, etc. *September 14, 2012 - Fix added for crash when Dominant Scene Color mode auto-toggles the Contrast button on pre-Android 3.0 devices. *September 16, 2012 - More back button standardizations. * September 16, 2012 - Added support for white balance adjustments when sampling colors. Just touch the camera icon. Auto will typically give the best color accuracy, but if you find that the displayed colors aren't matching what your eyes see, try the manual mode that best matches your lighting conditions (e.g., "daylight" for a sunny day). * * September 16, 2012 - Add icon to trigger device's torch (if it has one). Great for color sampling lagers or barolos in dark bars!