How to Extract Colors From Pictures on Android

Extract Colors From Pictures

The creator of some of the popular applications like FK Kernel, 5217 and Gratus, Francisco Franco’s new Graphice is now available on Google Play Store. Graphice allows you to extract colors from pictures on Android.


The application has a plain and clear interface and it is free. Graphice is ideal for developers or designers who needs to pick a color out of picture.

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Download and launch the application on your Android smartphone. Once launched, there will be plenty of pictures with a bare interface. You can choose any picture that you want to extract the color from.

Extract Colors From Pictures

You can also crop the image or make selection for wider color extraction. Another option is sharing. The obtained color can be customized with the bar at the right side of the screen.


Selection tool allows you to extract all the colors in an area. The obtained colors are displayed in a row.


You can take a screenshot of the color codes or share them. The app also keeps a copy of the image in the storage. You can always preview previous color extractions.


Graphice is only 1.6MB in size and it is safe to say that pretty light to run for almost all Android devices. You may want to purchase a premium package in order to activate some additional features.