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Pantone has launched an Android version of its popular iPhone app myPantone and simultaneously released myPantone 2.0 for the Apple mobile device.
The software allows designers to capture, create and share Pantone colour palettes while on the move.
Andy Hatkoff, vice-president of technology licensing for Pantone, said: 'We continue to see a shift in the way designers work and smartphones are increasingly acting as portable colour studios.'
The myPantone app for Android gives graphic designers access to more than 13,000 Pantone colours, each containing sRGB, HTML and LAB values.