Colorgrab is a Chrome extension by Artemide Colombo. It had 100,000+ weekly active users and an average rating of 4.24 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store 7 months ago. Colorgrab is similar to ColorPick Eyedropper and Easy Color Picker. The last published version was 1.8.6, updated 8 months ago.
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Colorgrab — color picker tool in your browser toolbar. Useful for web designers and developers.
You can extract color and copy it to the clipboard. Literally in one click.
It's not easy to determine the color of the page element using Chrome dev tools. And you can't extract color from images on the page.
Color picker / Eyedropper tool for webpages
Colorgrab requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension.
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Colorgrab is very likely to contain malware. Avoid installing.
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