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New app identifies the colors of whatever your phone camera points to

The app auto-generates color swatches in the system of your choice A new wave of intelligent vision apps may change how you see design, from recognizing fonts to rearranging virtual furniture. The latest addition to this digital arsenal is Swatches, a free iOS app that parses the data from your phone camera to create live color swatches. But the best part is its color-identification system.
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