- by Jacob Coakley
Wybron has released version 2.0 of the Gel Swatch Library App. The update is free for all current users, and includes updates and new features, including more control over search results, the ability to see how a gel will look on different light sources, and a stacking feature which allows users to stack two colors together and see the resulting color. To celebrate the release and allow more people to experience the app, Wybron is giving 100 copies of the app away in a promo entitled 50 Shades of Grape. While there are only three “grape” titled gels in the library, thanks to the stacking feature, users can create 47 or more shades of grape.
Wybron Launches 50 Shades of Grape Promo for Gel Swatch Library v2.0
The oldest, award winning lighting tool in the iTunes App Store, Gel Swatch Library was released two days after the app store debuted July 10, 2008. Wybron is pleased to announce version 2.0 is now in the app store. Everyone who has purchased Gel Swatch Library is automatically eligible for this major update at no charge.
To celebrate the most important new feature, Wybron is running a promotion known as 50 Shades of Grape. While only 3 gels are named grape, a new combine function allows you to stack 2 colors together and see the combined color. This allows you to create 47 or more shades of grape. So more people can experience this new feature set, Wybron is giving away 100 copies of the app and the results of an informal survey concerning the trends in color usage. Please visit www.wybron.com/promo to get more information.
Developer Scott Longberry said “we have gathered customer feedback for four years and taken the most requested features to update the app. “In the process of updating, we learned there are many people who consider it to be the most valuable app on their phone including those who use it everyday.
In addition to combining gels, a new enhanced search allows more control over search results and using the dictation feature of the keyboard allows you to use voice to speed your searches. Also popular with the customers is the ability to view how a gel will look on different light sources.
For more information regarding the Gel Swatch Library, please visit www.wybron.com or call Jeanne Hendry at (800) 624.0146.