Colllor is an application that people can use to discover a color, its variations and to take note of what other users call it or what its hex code is. Users can basically input an existing hex code, or they can pull up a gradient scale through the Pick Color function of the app and visually select their color. From there, the app displays the color's shade tints, tones and a proven mix of other colors. Users of the app can also select a random color using that function. When users click on the color of their choice they can copy the hex code to their clipboard for easy and effective designing. There is also a Chrome app of Colllar available for that browser as well. Users can also put in color names of their selected colors to makes organizing colors easy. Also the schemes provided based on a color are tested and consistent which makes designing a breeze.
Colllor is a simple application. There isn't any information about the site's founder or where they are located available online.
Colllor provides users with the hex code of their color and it allows the user to input a "plain English" name for the color so it can be easily looked up in the future. It also provides the shades and tints of the color which aids in designing clean and appealing digital media.
Colllor is simple to use. Users can either access the "Pick Color" or "Random Color" function and they are off.
There is not registration required for using Colllor. All functions of the app can be used right from the web without logging in. Users of Chrome would need a Google ID and Chrome browser in order to access that app.
Colllor is 100% free to use. They do offer advertising space on their site.
Colllor would be a handy tool to use for designers. It provides them with consistent color schemes and the hard-to-remember hex code. For most normal people, however, Colllor is just something pretty and interesting to look at.