Citadel Colour: The App

Citadel Colour: The App

By Games Workshop Limited

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2017-09-15
  • Current Version: 2.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 46.37 MB
  • Developer: Games Workshop Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 3.94823
From 367 Ratings


Paint Warhammer miniatures like a master. Whether you’re a fledgling painter looking to improve your skills or a veteran in need of a quick reference guide, this is your essential companion. Inside this latest version of the app, you’ll find: - New guides and colours that let you take full advantage of Contrast paints - Choose between Battle Ready and Parade Ready guides - More high-resolution model shots for your painting reference - Improved search, sorting and refinement functionality - A Projects feature that allows you to organise all your favourite Paint by Model and Paint by Colour recipes in custom named lists – never forget how you painted that armour again - A breakdown of key painting techniques, from shading to using Contrast paints - Step-by-step instructions to paint any colour - Detailed colour schemes for a wide variety of miniatures, with new guides added all the time - Techniques and tips for basing your miniatures - A colour picker: See a colour you like? Using your device’s camera, and the app will find the best match - Inventory & Wishlist – manage your paint collection and prepare for your next project - Optimisation and easier viewing for tablets



  • Super helpful

    By Brokeassdrummer
    Super helpful when you’re trying to stick to the proprietary color system. My only wish is that they had more in the Paint By Model section. I am currently painting Astra Militarum models and they only have three to learn about.
  • Tentative

    By Digcoal
    1. The Inventory Sort feature is missing “Type.” It would be helpful to sort paints by multiple factors including “Type”.
  • Great but needs an update

    By Charlesvania
    Wonderful app but it badly needs to be updated. Please add more units to the painting guides and more bases would be great!
  • Fantastic, but please update

    By mike6055
    Great app for keeping track of my Citadel paint collection and wishlist. This app unfortunately does not include new paints that were released in 2021. Please update!
  • Abandoned

    By L33TRice
    This app appears to be yet another dead GW creation. I got it to track my citadel paint collection but it hasn’t been updated in nearly a year and is missing the newer paints that have come out since.
  • Inventory needs updated!

    By Mcneishp
    I appreciate the free tool so much, but it would be great to have paints added as they get released. Not even the Paints that came out with the Necron Update are in there yet.
  • Where are the updates?

    By Chris B Cracker
    The models available in the database are very limited. All the new paints over the past year have not been uploaded which hurts keeping track of the paints you own using their inventory barcode feature. I don’t understand the camera tool. The app will not access your phones photo or camera database. Application feels abandoned….
  • Expected more models

    By yarrtarr
    I really expected to have more models here. I recently got a huge pack of death guard i still have to paint (Including Mortarion, terminators, ect.) I didn’t see what i was looking for and only found one about plague marines and one on poxwalkers
  • Does this app ever update?

    By C.P.K.S.
    I’m liking this app it help me get a lot of ideas for painting models but I’m starting to see this app never updates or gets any other models
  • Needs an update

    By LickinToad
    I love using this as a paint inventory and shopping tool, as well as a way to brainstorm some color combos. You can track which paints you own and add paints to a wishlist that can help you when at the store if, like me, you tend to forget which paints you need on the spot. However, this app hasn’t been updated since before the Indomitus box for 40k releases, and so it’s missing paints that are new since then. In addition, the tutorials and guides section needs to be updated with newer videos to support the newer models released since Duncan left. It still sees some use, but it is quickly becoming obsolete without these needed updates.