ColorPic Version 4 Released: The Free Color Picker Software for Graphic Designers and Web Developers

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ColorPic's latest version brings powerful color creation tools into the hands of graphic designers and web developers, and the software is free.

Version 4 of ColorPic, the free on-screen color picker, has been released from Iconico.com. The application still offers all the features of being able to select any color from the screen and build custom palettes of colors, but now a wealth of powerful color selection tools have been added that have previously been available only in expensive applications.

The latest version introduces the new 'Mixer' section which gives four powerful graphical ways to analyze and change a selected color. Colors can be chosen from a honeycomb of hexagonal shapes, changed with a rainbow or hue based mixer, or adjusted with six individual sliders for Hue, Saturation, Value, Red, Green and Blue color components. ColorPic also reports the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black color values the color is adjusted. The ColorPic allows the user to snap your chosen color to the nearest websafe value, and all this is displayed in the new easy to use layout that maximized screen space.

The ColorPic also sports a magnification area that allows you to get super detailed when picking a color. Version four has major speed improvements and an easier to use magnification slider, and now allows you to select either a point sample or a 3x3 or 5x5 average color from any place on your screen.

Graphic designers and web developers can assemble any number of custom palettes of their own colors using ColorPic's Chips and Palettes, and then use the hexadecimal color values in any other application.

Iconico.com is still happy to provide the ColorPic as totally free software with no catches, even though ColorPic's features now surpass many of our competitor's commercial applications.

Find out more at:

http://www.iconico.com/colorpic

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Nico Westerdale