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Swiss Color

Swiss style color picker

🚨 Swiss Color has been discontinued
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Swiss Color Alternatives

The best Swiss Color alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. 13

    Welcome to Chroma Cutlery Cnife - Manufacturer of kitchen knives, includes products and contact information.

    /chroma-alternatives
  2. 13

    The missing color picker for Mac.

    /colorsnapper-alternatives
  3. RealityMAX is the most powerful free 3D design collaboration platform, 100% online. Cooperate remotely with your colleagues on 3D projects and easily share your work with clients. Create Web3D and AR experiences in a snap, without a line of code.

    Visit website freemium $40.0 / Monthly (Pro with up to 500 GB of storage space)

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  4. A fun and accurate color picker for the real world

    /swatches-alternatives
  5. Sketch plugin to save and load colors into the color picker

    /sketch-palettes-alternatives
  6. Minimalist color picker & palette organizer

    /colormate-color-picker-alternatives
  7. 100% ESM. A new kind of package registry that does more for you. Write once, run on any platform.

    /pika-alternatives
  8. Copy colors from your phone & paste on web, figma, or sketch

    /color-copy-paste-alternatives
  9. A color picker for humans.

    /colordot-for-ios-alternatives
  10. A delightful and easy to use color picker for the real world

    /cone-alternatives
  11. 10

    Pick, edit, save, and copy colors. The best color picker in the universe!

    /colorslurp-alternatives
  12. Pikka is a free color picker app for macOS designed to make the most powerful professional color editing tools accessible to everyone. With an extensive collection of tools, it's the only color picker you'll need.

    /pikka-alternatives
  13. Flat, simple and hackable color picker.

    /pickr-alternatives
  14. Generate, visualize, and document accessible color palettes

    Open Source

    /color-alternatives
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