When you access some top app icons, there are colors that look the same? If your thing and feel that travel on the same thing. Appbot expose that all app icons follow the most of time on same track.
Appbot founder Stuart Hall, uses a Ruby library (Miro) to extract and display the dominant colors from the app icons. For example: If you check Google Maps, you may know the blue and red are dominant colors and green are more scattered around the icon. And you can see the larger size of the icon that represents a larger type of colors are contained in the color wheel zone.
You can watch the bunch of blue and red app icons, along with Green, Pink, and purple are represented, and also it offers multiple colors so you can’t fix blue and red are the most occupied colors on icon apps. Here you can know the detail that the black, gray and white are skips away from the Color Wheel.
This is something interesting, Appbot find you many ways, but apart from this what kind of colors that users are looking over there. The service brings you more helpful to get more counts from your target audience.
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