Skala Preview from Bjango is an app that allows you to send precise color interface previews from your Mac to the iOS or Android. If you design apps or websites and accuracy is a must, this could be what you are looking for. Simply put, if you’re designing iOS apps, this will show what the image will really look like and change accordingly in real time as you work on it.
The app is very easy to use. To transmit images just drag and drop from Finder or link the app to Adobe Photoshop. The interface is very clear, and most of the area is for dropping your images. There is a link to the website and a settings menu, but you don’t need to make changes since the default settings work just fine. To use, just drop the image in the drop zone, that’s it.
For Skala Preview to work you need to have your devices on the network. Another nice feature of the application is the color blindness testing feature. This is a really cool feature because it lets you see what the image will look from the eyes of someone who is color blind, instantly. This is very useful as it ensures you won’t end up blending the interface. The color blindness feature make it worth a download.
This is apart from the fact that the images in Skala Preview are very clear. Another advantage of this application is you can use it to view several devices. This is something you will want if you are designing apps for the iPad, iPhone 4, and iPhone 3GS and you want to know the difference in their appearance.