Settling on the best color paint match for your home is an exhausting task. Thankfully, some developers have been kind enough as to come up with some mobile applications to help overcome this challenge. When searching for the best apps to use as an assistant for matching color paints, consider the list below.
Color Connect by Valspar
With this app, you can explore the different points available in some partnered retailers from all over the country. In addition to this, there is the ability to upload your images and seek clarification with anything regarding the amount and types of paint combinations to use. Advice is there provided by expert consultants through online chat and video forums within the app.
Drawbacks. This app has some complaints including the lack of a search tap and inability to save your paint combination. Therefore, you have to navigate through each time.
ColorSmart by Behr Mobile
With ColorSmart, you have the ability to explore color functions by shades, name or color family. Alternatively, the color match function is a feature that allows you to select any given color from your library list, and it automatically matches the chosen colors with any others existing in Behr stores.
With many color-match results for the same color, try to imagine these colors on your wall before you make the actual purchase. Some of these colors then out to be similar.
ColorSmart has a preview function that allows you to paint walls virtually. You only have to select the color you want and the walls you want to paint. However, this is a challenge because the rooms you paint in on the app have different designs from the actual wall you are thinking of painting.
Unlike Color Connect, Behr’s app allows you to save all your proceedings for the future. You can keep your color combinations, paint, and pallet projects to come back after a while and continue from where you left off.
Paint my Place
Unlike all the other painting apps, color match is the only app that allows you to navigate freely across borders because it has no link to any company.
Virtually paint your room by taking and uploading a photo of the wall you want to paint.
However, using this app requires some technical expertise, as you have to spread paint across your wall with your fingers or use a color filter function, equally hectic.
Despite the fact that the app gives the user a general view of what his room would look like, it is not easy to ignore the huge mess one is liable to make while in the process.
It is quite irritating that this app always reminds you to upgrade to the paid version. Adds pop-up now and then that one cannot entirely concentrate on how painting his room, adding to the fact that it is only available in iOS versions.
For the paid version, you will get extra features like saving and sharing your work with others. Paying $2.99 is a token to help you get rid of irritating apps from destructing you very now one then.
Color Capture by Benjamin Moore
Out of all the apps, rates on iTunes, Paint My Place, and Color Capture managed to scoop a whopping four-star rating making them the best. It allows you to match colors and after that provides you with a set of four extra color shades closest to the initial color.
While at it, you can as well ask your friends on social media to help you in making the decision. Save and share the different color schemes with fans on social media as you scroll through the app.
Some users complain that the digital view of these paints is somewhat distinct from the real thing. I can personally attribute this to the difference in the resolution of the phone’s brightness.
Color Snap by Sherwin-Williams
The unique thing about this app’s color match feature is the ability to select different colors from a given photo, and come up with different color pallet combinations that best match the chosen color.
Similarly, you can see how the colors would look like on a wall, even though the wall is entirely different from yours.