Creating an app icon


Creating an app icon that can be use for macOS apps It also supports retina screens.

.png ๐Ÿ‘‰ .icns

  1. Download IconMaker.app ๐Ÿ‘ˆ (Itโ€™s just an .applescript wonโ€™t bite)
  2. Drag and drop your .png onto the IconMaker.app

Example:

here is an app icon i created in Illustrator:

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gitsync_logo_2016_blue_512.icns gitsync_logo_2016_blue_512.icns

Now you have the .icns file that can be added to your xcode project.

Build IconMaker.app your self:

This applescripts can convert a .png to an .icns file in 4 simple steps:

  1. Open the AppleScript app
  2. Copy and paste the code into AppleScript from JoeFrizzell in the link bellow.
  3. Save as: IconMaker.app
  4. Drag and drop your .png onto the IconMaker.app you just created.

Credits to JoeFrizzell via: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/140361/179041

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