By Pantone

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2009-09-11
  • Current Version: 3.0.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 113.26 MB
  • Developer: Pantone
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 579 Reviews)
  • Price:
PANTONE Studio App Ratings: 3
From 579 Reviews

PANTONE Studio App Description

Capture your world in PANTONE color, build and create palettes to test on 3D-rendered materials & designs, and share PANTONE colors with your Creative Cloud account, clients, and social networks. Subscribers get access to all PANTONE colors (more than 10,000 standardized hues across all libraries and disciplines), and receive a 1-week or 1-month free trial with a monthly or annual subscription. All tools, features, and content are free with a selection of available PANTONE colors. Those who previously purchased the myPANTONE app get full access without subscription. TOOLS & FEATURES Color Values/References - sRGB - Hex - CMYK - Harmonies (complementary, monochromatic, analogous, split complementary, triadic) - Cross Reference visually across all Pantone color guides, including PANTONE PLUS Series (Graphics/Ink), FASHION, HOME + INTERIORS (Cotton Textiles and Pigment) and PANTONE PLASTICS. Color Palettes - Build color palettes consisting of up to five colors by selecting from color guides - Take a photo and use our color picker to build a custom palette - Extract colors from images your phone or Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram accounts - All palettes can be sent to Adobe Creative Cloud Color Studio - Apply colors against different designs including graphics, interiors, and typography. - Visualize PANTONE Colors on pliable 3D papers and fabrics. Crowdsourcing Inspiration Studio is linked with the ColourLovers community to pull in the inspiring work of others. Users can scroll through artists’ designs organized by PANTONE Color and select their palettes for use. Trends from the Pantone Color Institute™ (PCI) Receive insights from PCI through a convenient feed of content rich in color insight and imagery. Content includes articles focused on the emotions, meanings, psychology and context behind particular colors. This also includes curated trend palettes to use in your next design project. Subscribe Bring full color to Studio with one of these subscription options: Monthly – $4.99/month with 1-week free trial Annual – $29.99/year with 1-month free trial myPANTONE Customers- Full access without subscription to colors and values previously available in myPANTONE Questions? Contact us at Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.

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App Reviews

  • What happened?

    By LittleRae
    I paid $10 for the full app when I started graphic design classes and now I have to pay for a sub? Ugh... the UI design is better though... *edit* I was told by the developer I could restore my purchase and it would be fine. 🎉 thank goodness because it’s so much easier than carrying the deck around with me!
  • Colors are not accurate

    By mch0720
    I downloaded the app yesterday & I’ve already cancelled my subscription. I’m so glad I compared it to a brand new formula guide because none of the colors I checked matched, I even tried adjusting the settings on my iPhone. I was really hoping this would work.
  • App keeps crashing when trying to read articles

    By gossjoh1
    Hello. Love the app but it crashes every time I try to read the articles. I have updated and restarted phone and it’s a bug in the app. Please fix! Thank you.
  • Useless, website is more effective

    By Zcggrdx35665,?$
    There is literally no use for this app due to its limitations. Paying for it would be crazy!
  • Fabulous!

    By cdesign jewelry
    Access to relevant color stories according to what industry you select.
  • Pretty nice overall

    By dalahäst
    I don’t understand why this had gotten as many negative reviews as it has. It’s a pretty solid app, and priced reasonably considering how Pantone is constantly updating and refining its color libraries. As long as the app itself also stays updated, I'll be happy. 18-4334 TPG has a quirky spelling of “Mediterranean” with -ian instead of -ean. Not sure if that’s deliberate or a mistake, since it’s written that way on the site too.
  • favorite app

    By Cerulean G
    it becomes the most powerful app in my phone. Use it for every design assignment m
  • Super Useful Tool!

    By Focus Arts
    This is an especially useful tool, when combined with to find the right colored pencil for the job!
  • Useless

    By kibosh
    This app could possibly be useful for a web designer, but for anyone else dealing with a real color environments (like print) this comes up with useless numbers that aren't even guesses that will get you in the ballpark. When you take what it gives you to InDesign, it is useless. When you send it to Creative Cloud, it sends an rgb swatch. If all you want to do is come up with random color swatches that will leave you disappointed, get this app.
  • Incomplete and overpriced

    By Petrovian
    The app seems to include every single Pantone collection... except the one I need (Plastic Standard Chips). Super frustrating! And I don't understand why I can only search by color name or number. If I don't know the designation of the color I am looking for, I can't enter it into a search! And entering in a generic name gives hundreds of results (many completely unrelated!). It's nearly impossible to know if I'm getting the closest match. The RGB values are never the same collection to collection, even for the same number. I have to go to each individual collection, look for a close visual match, and then check the RGB values. Not very efficient or helpful. The search function should allow RGB input so the closest match can easily be found. Overall, the app is somewhat difficult to navigate. I seem to have to tap way too many times to get to the information I want. And, for me, geared too much towards design. I need something more technical. So, not worth the money.