A simple developer tool for creating the complete macOS, iOS and watchOS icon set from a 1024x1024 png picture file. The “AppIcon.appiconset” folder is created on your hard drive. All you need to do is to add the “AppIcon.appiconset” folder to your Xcode project to the “Assets.xcassets” folder (or replace the existing folder). Compatible with Xcode 10 or later only.
It is possible to create also Android icons.
A complete Mac icon set, required for the latest Xcode, consists of the following:
A complete iPhone icon set consists of the following:
A complete iPad icon set consists of the following:
A complete Apple Watch icon set consists of the following:
- macOS Mojave 10.14 compatibility
- Xcode 10 compatibility
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Wanted to save time and it worked perfectly - easy to understand.
Been working on an app but didn’t really want to get into all the icon stuff. Goggle searched and saw this app and compared to others and tried it. It was easy to use — I first tried to drag an png that was not the right size — it wants a 1024x1024 source and I created a single 1024x1024 png and then drag/drop into this app and it crerated everything I needed.
I then did a save and through I’d rename to my app name-appicon etc and this app warned me that if the name is not AppIcon then it will not work in Xcode. Ok, so I saved with the default name of AppIcon and then realized all I need to do is replace the AppIcon folder inside Xcode with this AppIcon folder that this app created.
Anyways, wrote this review quickly so hope it makes sense — just wanted others to know it works great.
Does exactly what it says it does, for a Mac app. How about the ability to create an icon set for an iPhone / iPad app? I ended up purchasing "Icon Drop" which creates both Mac and iOS icons for the same price.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.