Capture colour inspiration.
Capture colour combinations whenever inspiration strikes with Adobe Color CC and your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Your colour themes are automatically saved to Creative Cloud Libraries for access in desktop and mobile apps or to share with your team.
Update: Adobe Color CC features are now available as part of Adobe Capture CC.
Colour in action.
Colour generates themes you can use in Adobe desktop apps like Photoshop and Illustrator and in Adobe mobile apps like Illustrator Draw and Photoshop Sketch.
Create colour themes
All you need is your iPhone, iPad, Android device or any existing image to capture and create colour themes.
Creative Cloud Libraries
Colour themes are automatically saved to Creative Cloud Libraries so they're accessible in Adobe apps. You can also share your libraries with your team directly from the app.
Interactive colour wheel
Edit or refine colour themes and experiment with different combinations with this fun and intuitive app.
Share, tag, comment
Share your colour themes — and the images that inspired them. Be sure to tag them with descriptive words so they’re easy to find. Or get inspired by themes shared by others.
Preset colour modes
Create colour themes with presets based on colour theory. Great for getting started or quick inspiration.
Sync to Adobe Color service
Themes are automatically synced to the Colour service so you can use them in other Adobe desktop apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign and in Adobe mobile apps like Illustrator Draw and more.
Learn & Support
Learn Colour with our easy-to-follow tutorials or find answers in the forums and FAQ.
Connected to Creative Cloud.
Adobe Color is part of Creative Cloud. You can use your color themes in Adobe desktop and mobile apps through Creative Cloud Libraries or the Adobe Color service. Everything works together for a smooth creative workflow.
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