I launched a color-picker iOS and macOS app with live camera picker support 🥳
Two weeks ago I launched a beautiful iOS and macOS color-picker and dictionary app called Aurora that contains the ability to find color details, pick colors from the camera and images, replace colors in images, save colors, view their related palettes, Pantone colors as well as Crayola representations, CSS and Swift code snippets, and more. It also has a Watch app and a Today Extension widget.
The iOS app can be found over at: [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aurora-color-picker/id1493055655?ls=1](https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aurora-color-picker/id1493055655?ls=1)
The macOS app can be found over at: [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aurora-color-picker/id1495998489?ls=1&mt=12](https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aurora-color-picker/id1495998489?ls=1&mt=12)
It has since been featured on [9to5mac](https://9to5mac.com/2020/02/02/color-picker-for-iphone/), [iDownloadBlog](https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/01/29/aurora-color-picker-app/), and [AppAdvice](https://appadvice.com/post/find-the-perfect-hue-with-the-new-color-picker-aurora/1493055655/1241081514), along with being included in various lists on the App Store such as ‘New Apps We Love’.
I mentioned it here back when it first launched, but I’m now back with more promo codes. Reply to this post for the chance to win a free copy of both the iOS and macOS versions of Aurora! (I will PM 15 random people)
Let me know what you think!