Android Color Picker

The Solution to Android Color Picker is

I know the question is old, but if someone is looking for a great new android color picker that use material design I have forked an great project from github and made a simple-to-use android color picker dialog.

This is the project: Android Color Picker

Android Color Picker dialog

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Adding the library to your project

The aar artifact is available at the jcenter repository. Declare the repository and the dependency in your build.gradle.


repositories {


dependencies {
    compile 'com.pes.materialcolorpicker:library:1.0.2'

Use the library

Create a color picker dialog object

final ColorPicker cp = new ColorPicker(MainActivity.this, defaultColorR, defaultColorG, defaultColorB);

defaultColorR, defaultColorG, defaultColorB are 3 integer ( value 0-255) for the initialization of the color picker with your custom color value. If you don't want to start with a color set them to 0 or use only the first argument

Then show the dialog (when & where you want) and save the selected color

/* Show color picker dialog */;

/* On Click listener for the dialog, when the user select the color */
Button okColor = (Button)cp.findViewById(;

okColor.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
    public void onClick(View v) {
        /* You can get single channel (value 0-255) */
        selectedColorR = cp.getRed();
        selectedColorG = cp.getGreen();
        selectedColorB = cp.getBlue();
        /* Or the android RGB Color (see the android Color class reference) */
        selectedColorRGB = cp.getColor();


That's all :)

~ Answered on 2015-07-26 15:19:47

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