Although it was originally announced in October 2011, it has not been until now that Adobe has finally released this application for the iPhone . Kuler comes to swell the list of Adobe applications for smartphones. This new application is the third of a total of six that Adobe announced as a suite to encourage the most creative tablet and smartphone users .
The applications presented so far have been, Ideas, Photoshop Touch and this Kuler. Basically speaking, Kuler is an application that will allow us to use our camera to create color patterns that we are interested in from that image. Now let’s imagine all the possibilities it can offer us, to know the colours that predominate in a landscape, the colours used in a moral, in a flower…
The handling of it could not be more fluid. In a first moment we see how in real time and according to where we focus the camera the screen will offer us the palette of colors that predominate in this print (we will be able to move the markers to choose other colors). At the moment we decide, we can save the pattern of predominant colors (five) in the image creating a theme .
These themes will be gradually saved as we create them. We can access any of the themes we create at any time and in doing so we will obtain the hexadecimal value of each colour shown. We can modify the amount of red, green and blue that each colour has by varying it. Once the desired result is achieved, we can use the values obtained for any other program (such as ideas, for example). We can also share them, but it will be necessary to create an adobe account to share with other users.
In the App Store