ColorSnapper — the missing color picker for OS X.
ColorSnapper is an easy-to-use tool for quickly finding out the color of any pixel on the screen. It is activated via a configurable system-wide hotkey, giving you a magnifying loupe to easily pick the pixel you need. The resulting color is copied to clipboard in a format of your preference.
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● Customizable global hotkey
● 14 different color formats, including HEX, RGBa, HSLa, NSColor, UIColor (RGB/HSB)
● Setup primary and secondary formats and quickly switch between them using ⌥-key
● Change the magnification level using ⌘+ and ⌘- shortcuts
● Optional overlay with color codes in different formats
● Quick access to recently picked colors
● Paste the color format directly into your CSS file or application code
● Supports keyboard navigation with arrow keys
● Multi-Monitor and spaces support
● Support for picking from apps in fullscreen mode
● Displays selected color in menulet icon
● Display and pick alternative color format in history picks, just press ⌥ (Alt) key
● Ready for retina displays
● Display picked color in Notification Center (Mountain Lion only)