What The Hex? Alternatives

    The most popular alternative is gpick, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked 24 alternatives to What The Hex? so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting What The Hex? alternatives are Instant Eyedropper (Free, Open Source), Colora (Free, Open Source), Pixie (Free) and Color Cop (Free).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Aug 17, 2019

    • A color picker and color scheme creation tool.Features:Create palettes from images, Color scheme creation tools, Fast color picking, Magnification
    • Instant Eyedropper is a free color detection tool for webmasters that will identify and automatically paste to the clipboard the HTML color code of any pixel on the screen with just a single mouse click.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Windows


    • Color converter, screen color picker and color palettes for Windows. Colora is a small but powerful color converter and screen color picker for Windows.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Windows
    • Small utility that can show you coordinates and color of any pixel on your screen in different formats (HEX, HTML, RGB, CMYK, HSV). It's staying on top, displays a color of that pixel under mouse cursor, the program can magnify that zone w/ hotkey. .
    • Color picker.

      Discontinued

      The project isn't being developed anymore. Last commit was from 25 Sep 2015.

      • Free
      • Windows
    • KColorChooser is a simple application to select the color from the screen or from a pallete.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Linux
      • BSD
    • With the pipette you are able to edit, convert and pick up colors from your screen. Pipette also supports a lot of standards or color models (RGB, CMY, CMYK, HSV, TColor and XYZ0).
      • Free Personal
      • Windows
    • Pixel Pick is a free color picker tool that pick the pixels color under your mouse cursor on the desktop and translates it into a number of different color formats such as RGB...
    • Ever tried using a color picker on a high resolution monitor? Its impossible. Thats why this color picker has a magnifier attached.
    • ColorMixer is a powerful application for mixing colors. You choose a color and ColorMixer will calculate 8 harmonic colors based on the one you’ve chosen. It’s user interface offers lots of utilities to choose colors.