Palettes from Photographs App - Where Art Thou?

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    I am a graphic designer by nature, and I'd like to have an app that can take photographs and analyzes them to give you a palette you can export into Adobe Photoshop, or at least give you the hex code and HSV numbers that you can export to e-mail or DropBox.

    I have checked several apps but they either does not have that feature or only allows you to create your own palettes. I have checked Palettes but even the paid version only gives you 25 colors from a photograph which is just absurd. For example, I had Palettes analyze a stack of rainbow pancakes (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple) but it only gave me red, orange, green and purple - no blue or yellow. See the problem here?

    I must be missing something. Does anyone know of any good app or am I stuck with Palettes, or is there just not ANY good app out there at all?

    Thanks!!
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    Probably not big help, but I had an idea you might find worth exploring.

    Use one of the photo apps with a posterize filter, save the photo, and then run your Palettes app. Perhaps the fewer number of colors in the picture will help.

    Sorry, but I don't know what the best posterize filter/apps are. I know they exist, but the only app I have that has a posterize filter is iPhoto, and it is not adjustable.

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