There’s just no doubting the obvious. I have far too many Mac color management tools. They range from free to expensive, and it seems to be that I’m collecting every more color pickers which don’t get used too often. One of those is Pochade, which I’ve had for years. Right now I’m trying to figure out why to keep it around and updated with the latest Mac App Store version.
As Mac color pickers go, Pochade is decent and has plenty of little extra configurables, including collections, and it supports ACO, ASE, and CLR files which many less expensive color pickers do not.
Pochade lives in the Mac’s Menubar so it’s a single click to invoke the pop down and options (but there’s no Dock icon).
Pochade’s advantage over other less expensive Mac color pickers is the multiple options to pick colors, display the color values in a way that works faster in your workflow, and color collections. Pochade is a Mac App Store app, not free, and beyond my threshold to pay for a trial, but the developer is smart enough to provide a free trial download option, too.