Sip 2.0

A better way to collect, organize & share your colors.

#1 Product of the DayFebruary 16, 2019

A modern color picker built for designers and developers that allows you to collect, organize and edit colors. Use Sip to share colors with everyone and link them between your other tools.

Sip 2.0 brings a newly redesigned interface, new main features such as Smart Formats, Contrast Checker, and functionality improvements. We hope you enjoy!

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5 Reviews5.0/5

The scroll in previous picks list lags a lot


It works fast, not like the competitors. The picker itself is very convenient and handy.


It's impossible to get the color of a button on a web page, because you will only be able to copy its Hover color, not the main one.

@andre_goncalves1 @ruiaureliano congrats on the launch :) Do you have anything in the pipeline for Windows users?
@ruiaureliano @amrith Thanks Amrith. No plans of launching for Windows users, sorry :)
@ruiaureliano @amrith @andre_goncalves1 Why not? This is an unfortunate trend I have seen lately. Most design software being developed for Mac only. Is it a boycot of the new hamburger menu on windows 10? lol Seems like a huge loss of a potential market, especially for a product that sells for $10 USD.
@ruiaureliano @amrith @slaterbbx I see what you mean. Plain and simple, as a team we are more interested in building a great app for Mac. Plus we don’t have the size or knowledge to built it for windows.
@ruiaureliano @amrith @andre_goncalves1 Makes complete sense ;-) Keep up the good work.
Sip is a staple in all my designers menu bars. One of the first apps I have everyone download.

I've been using Sip for almost a year, and it has become a must have tool for my design workflow. It is simple and effective. That's everything a great tool should be. Congratulations on your 2.0! I have already upgraded and can't wait to start using it.


- How well it integrates into the design workflow - Easy to use


- No way to organize palettes in folders. - When there are a lot of palettes it is difficult to edit them from the pop up window.

Good color picker but I wish it wouldn’t use as much CPU when it’s just idly sitting in the menu bar