ColoredEye

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Description of App: 

**THE PERFECT APP FOR THE COLOR-IMPAIRED OR THE COLORBLIND!**ColoredEye will identify the colors from your camera in real-time! Or you have option to identify colors within a saved photo.Simply use your iPhone or iTouch to take a photo in good lighting, then pick an object or location within the photo for ColoredEye to classify, or use the live camera mode to find out colors instantly.Each color database has its own set of names for a range of colors. You can pick from:+ BASIC - 16 fundamental colors (purple, green, blue, etc)+ CRAYOLA - 134 fun pigments (burnt sienna, piggy pink, turquoise, etc)+ DETAILED - 134 descriptive colors (dim gray, dark slate gray, gray, etc)************Never wear mismatched socks again! Learning colors can be fun for kids, too! Now you can identify the perfect paint color, sweater, car, anything!For support or suggestions, please email:

Apple Watch Support: 

No

Version: 

2.7.5

Free or Paid: 

Paid

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone

iOS Version: 

9.3.1

Accessibility Comments: 

Very Accessible.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

All buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments: 

Check out my podcast on this app if you are interested. This is the best Color Identification app you will find on the market for identifying basic colors very well! Has some great features in aloowing me to choose from a Live Mode which is like a real time scan of color identifications. You can force the flash to be set on for better results. I really love the option to choose from 3 different type of color scan. Basic, Crayola, and Detailed. With the Basic Color turned On in the Settings with the Detailed Mode. It will do a decent job in finding the correct color. Not the best like what I have suggest if you search for the ColorVisor which has a lot more accuracy in really detailed colors. For the basic color mode this wins hands down.