Adobe Releases ‘Kuler’ iPhone App To Help Designers Create Color Themes

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Adobe has released the Kuler iOS app for creating color themes on the iPhone. Designers can use Kuler to generate color palettes with help from the iPhone’s camera. The app and new Kuler website were both previewed at Adobe MAX earlier this month.

The new Kuler iPhone app allows you to capture inspiring color themes anytime, using the iPhone camera. You can then sync those color themes to the Kuler website, which allows you to create and edit color themes and browse thousands of themes created by other users. All the themes you create with Kuler will be accessible in Adobe Illustrator CC and Ideas.

A killer feature is the app’s ability to intelligently recognize primary colors while using the iPhone’s camera. So if you see a scene you’d like to extract a color theme from, just point your iPhone at it and let Kuler go to work.

Kuler for iPhone is available for free in the App Store.

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