Icon Slate lets you easily compose, import and export icons in many formats for desktop and mobile.
Import and export .icns (Retina), iOS (iOS 9, Retina, Retina HD), Apple Watch, .iconset, .ico (Windows 256x256, Favicon), Android, custom sizes (.png, .tiff), .iContainer files and Folder.
Customize sizes and filenames to use for each formats.
Save format configurations. PNG Optimization.
Drag and drop one or several images to compose your icon.
Create icons quickly by using copy mode (Copy to empty or filled sizes) and operation mode (Cover filled sizes, Trim transparent pixels).
• import and export
Manage multiple icons in a project. Batch import and export.
Convert icons directly in Finder (Services). Add the convert tool in your automator workflow. Use Icon Slate in Bohemian Coding's Sketch (plugin).
Built in preview in Dock. Adjust the background color to check the rendering of your creations above different backgrounds. Preview the icons with five different icon layouts (default, iOS >7, Apple Watch, iOS 6 and iOS 6 with gloss effect).
• Optimized for latest OS X
iCloud, Retina UI, Version, Auto-save, Fullscreen and QuickLook.
- Fix retina png definition (144)
- Fix fix paste from Illustrator CC 2015.3
Ratings and Reviews
Simple, effective, but one bug
Just what I was looking for. I need to create both Mac and Windows icons for a client. A quick drag and drop did it with no muss nor fuss. Good start, though not quite perfect. There are two flaws, one of them minor and one a substantial bug. "Built" at one point is spelled "builded". No big deal, a minor peculiarity of English. The bug was more significant. After saving my icons (everything but 512x512, as my original material was only 256x256), I tried saving as PNG and TIFF. Saving as PNG crashes the app. This needs to be fixed, but it is not a function that I needed.
Recommended. Would be 5 star but for the crash.
Keep up the good work, Jérémy!
Does what it says it does.
Icon Slate is super easy to use and it worked perfectly for me. I needed to create some Windows icons, which are basically packages of bitmaps (png in my case), with the file extension “ico”. The ico file holds all the different sizes of your icon, and Windows picks the one to use based on context. That might be an oversimplification, but for my job, that’s all I needed to understand. You could get a Photoshop plugin to “complie” the ico file, but Icon Slate, which is a stand alone app, seemed easier, and it did the job of compiling the ico package very quickly and intuitively. I should mention that I tried the free Sketch plugin of the same name, but I couldn’t get it to work. So I paid the five bucks for the stand-alone app, and I’m good to go. I should mention that Icon Slate does a lot more than what I used it for.
Hasn’t been updated for the last 3 years so a lot of icon formats are missing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.