A fast and easy way to create a favicon for your website that looks good on new hi-res Retina displays as well as on regular displays.

Drag in a 32x32 icon image and a 16x16 one, then drag out your new favicon.ico into the desired folder.

You can also drop a non-square or larger image in the app, and it will resize appropriately (preserving aspect-ratio, filling the space from the center).

When you drop an existing retina favicon on either the 32 or 16 pixel areas, it will pick the right size from the icon.

The newly created favicon even works in old Internet Explorer versions on Windows XP.

What’s New

Version 1.5

I've added support for Dark Mode.

Ratings and Reviews

AndrzejMich ,

Does exactly what advertised.

Drop two images, get a single .favicon!

MrAustinPDX ,

Poor Results

This is an extremely simple app that basically does one thing and in my experience did not do it well. The resulting favicon.ico file ended up being a zoomed in version of what it was supposed to create. I like the simplicity of the app (which means 99 cents would be a more appropriate price) but if it does not perform it’s primary task, I have to give it a 1 star. Hopefully the developer follows up with this issue.


Marc Boeren
764.5 KB

OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor


English, Dutch

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.