While only announced just over a week ago, at the time of announcement, the screenshots that were included were already outdated, as I had actually started work on an entirely new design that looks almost nothing like previous versions of ColourGrab.
Instead, I figured a new name shouldn't come with a semi-major redesign, so I opted for an entire overhaul instead, starting from essentially the ground up. The version you see below is what you'll see on release day.
Designed to look both beautiful and powerful, ColourDock 2.0 is truly something special. There are still a couple of minor visual tweaks that I plan, but the overall layout and look is finished.
Going further, animations are all over the app, making it feel like something premium, despite it being 100% free.
Now then, the part that you might be most interested to know, the release date. While I don't have a solid day planned just yet, I can confirm that it will come out before the end of June. I'm putting a lot of work into development and testing to ensure that I don't need to release an update right after launching to fix something that I missed.
One final thing I want to note, I am aware of an issue when using the grabber in all versions of ColourGrab when used on a display with anything other than 100% Scaling, and am looking into a fix. I doubt it will be included in ColourDock 2, but as soon as I find a fix, I will push it in an update.