LoneColor is a free and open source software application. It is licensed under the MIT License, which allows users to freely use, modify, and distribute the software as long as they include a copy of the license and copyright notice.
The open source nature of the LoneColor app means that developers can contribute to and improve the app. This ensures that the app remains up-to-date and useful for users. The MIT License also ensures that the LoneColor app remains freely available and can be used by anyone for any purpose.
The LoneColor license is also available in its GitHub repository, along with its source code and additional information. (Don't forget to "star" the repository to show your support and help others discover the app.)
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