Material Colors

Work with a standard color palette and swiftly copy color codes to your computer’s clipboard with the help of this stripped-down app.

  • Material Colors
  • Version :1.1
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Amit Jayant

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Material Colors Description

Working as a graphic or website designer usually involves having to deal with color codes. Sure, nowadays, all the color codes are available online and this, evidently, involves using a web browser.

You can streamline the process a bit with the help of Material Colors, a ultra-minimalist piece of software that makes it as straightforward as possible for you to work with a standard color palette, both for viewing the colors and for extracting the codes.

Unassuming app that installs in seconds

Subsequent to its surprise-free installation process and upon launching the application, you are greeted by a compact main window with a bare-bones user interface.

This said, the utility does not pack customization options or any other options, for that matter. The app is so stripped-down that it does not even feature a minimize button.

All-round accessible application

As you can imagine, the workflow is quite simplistic, to say the least. You can select the basic color from the app’s color bar, located on the left side of its main window, and the app automatically displays a default set of shades and their codes.

Simply click on any color shade and its code is automatically copied to your computer’s clipboard, ready to be used in third party apps.

Useful minimalist app that could do with some extra features

To sum it all up, Material Colors is a lightweight and useful Windows utility that enables you to browse an elementary color palette, thus, eliminating the need to use a web browser to search for some of the most popular color shades and codes.

While its simplicity might be the best part for some users, others might want something more. For example, it would have been nice if the app would feature hotkey support.

Unfortunately, the app does not enable you to add your color shades and nor does it allow you to create custom lists with the colors you use most.

A history feature would have also been kind of interesting as it would allow you to quickly access previously used color codes.

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