- Download Cube Link here.
- Install Cube Link. The Cube Link installation package includes the program as well as the necessary drivers required to interface with Cube.
- Connect Cube to your computer via the included USB cable (or Bluetooth if you're using a Mac)
- Launch Cube Link
- Click "Calibrate Cube" and follow the instructions on-screen (if you're unsure how to calibrate your Cube follow the steps here)
- Tap the Cube touchpad to scan a color. The scanned color will appear in the Cube Link App along with RGB/LAB/HEX color data
If you are having trouble connecting to your computer, check here to see if your computer is compatible with Cube Link.
Note: Cube can only be paired with one device at any given time, ensure that all other devices are unpaired before attempting to connect to your computer.
Pairing with Photoshop:
One of the most useful functions of Cube Link is its ability to sync with Adobe Photoshop so that real colors become part of your digital palette.
- In the Cube Link App, click the "Link to Photoshop" button. This should automatically open Adobe Photoshop if it isn't already running
- Tap the Cube touchpad to scan a color. The scanned color will appear in the Cube Link App as per usual. However, now the sampled color will also appear in your Photoshop Color Picker and Swatch Library
- Double click the swatch to match with any of Adobe Photoshop's spot color libraries including Pantone, TruMatch and more.