Calibrate. Share. Smile
Ever wonder why the pictures you took at the beach, graduation or your kid’s game don’t look the same on your monitor as you remember them? Well, monitors aren’t perfect. Color can vary from monitor to monitor or change over time. (Sometimes a whole lot.) Even the conditions where you view the monitor can have an effect on what the color looks like on the screen. If only there were a cure? Smile – there is.
ColorMunki Smile delivers super simple monitor calibration for your laptop or desktop monitor, and with X-Rite ColorTRUE mobile app you can even calibrate your Apple iOS devices. Calibration is just a fancy way of saying adjust your computer screen to show the colors correctly. Sound complicated? Smile – it isn't. Actually, it’s really easy. Simply plug the device into your USB port and follow the on-screen instructions. ColorMunki Smile does all the work with a few clicks of the mouse. When the process is done you’ll see before and after results and your new color settings automatically start working. So whether you are viewing, editing or sharing your images, you’ll know your colors are right. Even if you’re gaming or web browsing you’ll get truer colors. It couldn’t be simpler.
- Quickly and easily calibrate your LCD and LED displays on laptops or desktops to show colors correctly with this convenient, affordable solution. No color science knowledge required with its super-easy click-through interface.
- Ensure that your colors match everywhere they appear, from laptop to desktop to mobile by calibrating one or multiple monitors/screens
- Take advantage of our easy-to-follow online help videos—no extra manuals required. And use the free X-Rite ColorTRUE mobile app for iOS and Android to calibrate your mobile devices.
- Before and after images show instant results so you can see exactly what ColorMunki Smile has done for you.
- Uses the same color engine technology found in X-Rite’s professional level color calibration solutions.
Why calibrate with ColorMunki Smile? There are many factors that affect color vision and monitors display color differently and can drift over time. Calibrating your display on a regular basis fine-tunes it to known color reference standards and ensures consistency as it ages over time. And now you can also calibrate those mobile devices so everything in your color workflow is aligned. What could be better than that?