Iconboard allows you to create, manage and apply icon configurations for your iOS homescreen:

- Apply all your icons at once, no need to go one by one.
- Create custom icons from over 1,500 glyphs, applying custom background and border colors & gradients.
- Import images to apply them as icons
- Save different setup configurations to quickly change your styles.
- Generate custom wallpapers as solid or gradient files.
- Customise the action to be performed when opening the icons.
- Invisible icons: Place your icons in any position on the screen with this feature.
- Custom icon themes to take your customizations further.
- Open App Store apps seamlessly*.

* System apps do not open without the shortcuts app because of operating system limitations. Notification badges are also unavailable for this same reason.

What’s New

Version 1.3.2

Due to popular demand, this version adds an option to pick what installation method you want to use (choose "Install with Profile" for the usual method of installation).
The old method has not been removed, and works the same way as always.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
354 Ratings

354 Ratings

Hm1217 ,

Almost great

Love how the app makes it relatively easy to create a home scree aesthetic. I’ve tried a bunch of different apps and find this one to be the most intuitive, tons of customization but not overly complex, and actually works with the shortcut going straight to the app. You need to be somewhat techy to figure out how it all works but definitely worth learning since once you figure out it is super easy.

A few improvements and this would be perfect: 1) fix transparent and transparent blur background options - right now they don’t work well on photo backgrounds. 2) add ability to resize glyphs. 3) add ability to recolor images when you upload a PNG file (since the glyph library isn’t a huge I rely on other apps / ways to get certain icons). 4) add widget functionality (or better explain how to sync with widget apps like Launcher 5) love how you can apply one icon’s style to all icons, but wish you also had a paste option for when you want to have different color rows or a monochromatic scheme

Steve triple O seven ,

Great Idea. Needs one thing

Solid app. Does what it says. My only issue is, it should be able to take the bundleid of an icon and automatically assign it. It says it does common apps but even those few were wrong. Instead of having to import 200+ icons and find every app, since the icons are named the bundleID, this app should be able to do this automatically, even shortcuts that people have built can already do this.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for requesting this feature, I will consider It for future updates. Have a nice day! - Dario

DBursby13 ,

Transparent icon background not working!

I updated my iPhone 11 today from iOS 14.0 to iOS 14.3, specifically for this app, after watching others use it without shortcuts and using transparent icon backgrounds. I followed a video tutorial of it working for someone else on the same iOS and same iPhone model. Unfortunately, with following step-by-step, it doesn’t work for me.

Even with setting my icon background to transparent and the preview screen showing them as transparent, upon exporting the icons to my device, whatever color the wallpaper background is set to (white, black, yellow, blue—it doesn’t matter), that color transfers with the icon as its background.

I want a transparent icon background, not a forced background color from whatever color is set as the wallpaper background, due to not being able to set the wallpaper background to transparent.

Walk Through:

Plus sign for new screen > Icons > Plus sign
Set Name, Action, and Glyph Image
Glyph Color > Any color > Opacity 0%
Background Type > Transparent
*icon shows with transparent background*
Back to main screen setup

Under background, its set to solid. Whatever color I pick shouldn’t matter because I’m not exporting the wallpaper, but I’ve tried all kinds of colors. Whatever color is set here becomes the background to my icons. They don’t have transparent backgrounds, despite being set to.

It works for others, so I don’t understand why it’s not working for me.

App Privacy

The developer, Dario Roa, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

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

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