Android Color Codes

The primary Android brand color is Green.

Below you have all the color codes in different formats:

  • Pantone: it is a system that allows identifying colors for printing using a specific code.
  • RGB: the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is a color model used for digital designs.
  • CYMK: the CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) is a color model used for printed designs.
  • HTML Hex: is a digital color model used mainly for Web design.

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Android Logo

Android Color Codes: Pantone, HTML Hex, RGB & CMYK


Pantone: PMS 360 C
Hex Color: #78C257;
RGB: (108 194 74)
CMYK: (63 0 84 0)

Android Logo History

We all know the Android logo when we see it but it has evolved over the years. Check out the video below and discover the different versions of the Android logo throughout history.

How to Draw the Android Logo?

We have already explained what colors Android uses. If you want to learn how to draw the Android logo, just watch the following video.

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