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If you’re in the process of creating an app — or if you’re creating some kind of software that lets users create their own apps — and you need access to a bundle of free iOS app icons, you’re on the right page. In this post I’ll be sharing a pack of modern, flat style app-store-ready icons that I’ve designed for each letter of the alphabet, as depicted below.
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As you can see, I also included icons for each number and symbol that you’d typically find on a standard keyboard.
Granted, these may not be the absolute ideal option from a design standpoint, but if you have virtually no budget to hire a designer to create a personalized icon of your own, or maybe buy something from a stock photo site, then these at least give you something to use. Just pick the first letter of your app’s name and you’re off to the races. It’s already formatted to the iOS requirements and can be directly uploaded to the app store out-of-the-box.
Each design comes with its own PNG format, sized at 1024 x 1024 pixels. These are the files that you would upload to the store. I’ve also included the master files in both SVG and AI format, in case you’d like to edit any of these with Inkscape or Illustrator. The designs were created in vectors, so you’ll need vector graphics software if you’d like to edit them.
One thing I’d like to point out is that the PNG files — which are ready for upload — have sharp, perfectly square corners.
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Do not let this worry you though. Unlike with Android app icons, the design file itself doesn’t need to have rounded edges. It needs to have sharp corners, because Apple is going to apply their own mask that’ll round the corners after you’ve uploaded it. They do this to ensure that all of the icons on your home screen are consistent in shape.
To learn more about this, check out my post about designing app icons for both the Android and iOS platforms.
Grab a copy of my pack of free iOS app icons here: 44FreeAppIcons.zip
If you’d like to learn how to design, prepare and export your own app icons using Inkscape, check out my video tutorial…
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