8 Best Colouring Apps to bring Colour and Patience to our Lives


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Adult colouring apps are not a joke. They are creative, stress-relieving and above all, inexpensive. 

                           

If you are an art enthusiast and painting, colouring, and drawing give you immense pleasure then you have come to the right place. Sometimes we don’t want to be updated or stay in touch; scrolling through Instagram and Facebook gives us FOMO and anxiety and we just want an escape. This is where adult colouring book apps come into play. They help you focus, sleep better, reduce stress and anxiety, improve motor skills and vision, and help you relax. 


Best Coloring Apps

1. Colour Therapy
2. Pigment
3. Color Me
4. Coloring Book For Adults
5. Recolor
6. Colorfy
7. ColorArt Coloring Book
8. Adult Coloring Book


1. Colour Therapy

1. Colour Therapy


If you’re looking for variety in artwork, then this is your app. They have categories ranging from Classic, Seasonal, Animals, Art, Fashion, and much more, all of them having some really intricate and cool drawings. You get 30 free colors to start under the Basic Solid palette and 24 under the Basic Gradient Palette. The app is not particularly free but you can “earn” additional colors by sharing pieces of art. this coloring app is available on both iOS and Android.

2. Pigment


This is the closest to real coloring you can possibly get. The app offers various coloring brush options to get each and every angle according to your own desire. You can obviously fill in the spaces by just tapping on them, like any other app, but you also get the 10 brush options if you want to move your fingers like you’re moving a paintbrush over the paper. this coloring app is available on both iOS and Android.

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Color Me is probably the only free app in terms of Adult Colouring Book options available online. The app offers 250+ images to color without any subscription. New ones are regularly added too. The drawings range from basic to complicated, and there are a lot of mandalas. You’ll see some animals, florals, and people too. The color palette is pretty basic, without gradients, but since it is free one cannot complain. This coloring app is available on both iOS and Android.


4. Coloring Book For Adults

4. Coloring Book For Adults




To begin with, this app has 168 colors available and all are free! You get 8 free drawings in the Relaxation category, there are 10 other categories with one free drawing each, so not that bad a bargain. And if you want more then you can always take a subscription and give yourself a better selection of drawings. This coloring app is available on both iOS and Android. 



5. Recolor

5. Recolor


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The interesting part about this app is the 3-D coloring drawings which are beyond intriguing. And you have the option of creating your own coloring pages by scanning an image or opening a picture you saved. For the scanning option, you get one free image a day, then you have to wait to scan again. You also get a total of 144 free colors. This coloring app is available on both iOS and Android.

6. Colorfy

6. Colorfy



Last but not least: Colorfy! The only bonus this app has (because they don’t offer much for free) is that you can create your own pages with a photo. You have to take the photo and won’t be able to select it from a gallery, but it’s a nice touch. 
This coloring app is available on both iOS and Android. Let us know what your views on adult coloring apps are.

7. ColorArt Coloring Book

7. ColorArt Coloring Book


This easy-to-use app offers five main categories: Mandalas, Floral, Animals, Patterns, and Holiday. Each has nearly 10 free coloring designs. The colors are also pretty amazing; almost 44 of which are free.  This coloring app is available on both iOS and Android.

8. Adult Coloring Book

8. Adult Coloring Book



It is a lot like other coloring apps but gives the feel of a mini colouring book in your pocket. What’s special is that under each “book” there’s a hyperlink that says “Get Inspired” and takes you to the gallery to show you how other people have colored that design. They have a free palette of 24 called “Essential,” but don’t offer much for free. You can obviously unlock their other options via a subscription. This  coloring app is available on both iOS and Android