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January 28, 2016 / carlispina

Color On Your iOS Device With Pigment

Pigment LogoWhether you are young or old, coloring can be a fun and relaxing activity. Pigment is an app from Pixite that brings this activity to your iOS device. This free app offers an array of coloring options from abstract designs to floral arrangements to animals. For each of the included coloring books, there are a few free pages to color and an option to subscribe to see additional pages. Subscriptions are available for $1.99 per week, for $4.99 per month, or $24.99 per year. However, you can also color in the free designs without ever signing up for a subscription or registering for an account.

The coloring experience within the app allows for a lot of experiences. If you want an experience that is closer to paper coloring, you can just color within the app by selecting between brush, marker, or pencil style drawings. If you would prefer to create neat designs without risking going outside the lines, you can instead double tap on sections of the design to select it. Then your coloring will stay within the lines of that section of your page. Either way, you can undo or redo your drawing with the tap of a button. You can also choose from over a dozen color palettes for your drawing and pick the exact shade of the color along a wide spectrum. Pigment is a fun and fairly versatile way to bring the adult coloring phenomenon to your iPhone or iPad and even allows users to share their creations on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram from within the app. If you are a coloring enthusiast or know others who are, it is worth taking a look at this app.


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