Icon Slate

Developer: Jeremy Marchand

Current Version: 4.4.9

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 2.7 MB - Download


Icon Slate lets you easily compose, import and export icons in many formats for desktop and mobile.

• Multi-formats
Import and export .icns (Retina), iOS (iOS 9, Retina, Retina HD), Apple Watch, .iconset, .ico (Windows 256x256, Favicon), Android, custom sizes (.png, .tiff), .iContainer files and Folder.

• Customizations
Customize sizes and filenames to use for each formats.
Save format configurations. PNG Optimization.

• Simple
Drag and drop one or several images to compose your icon.

• Quick
Create icons quickly by using copy mode (Copy to empty or filled sizes) and operation mode (Cover filled sizes, Trim transparent pixels).

• import and export
Manage multiple icons in a project. Batch import and export.

• Integration
Convert icons directly in Finder (Services). Add the convert tool in your automator workflow. Use Icon Slate in Bohemian Coding's Sketch (plugin).

• Preview
Built in preview in Dock. Adjust the background color to check the rendering of your creations above different backgrounds. Preview the icons with five different icon layouts (default, iOS >7, Apple Watch, iOS 6 and iOS 6 with gloss effect).

• Optimized for latest OS X
iCloud, Retina UI, Version, Auto-save, Fullscreen and QuickLook.


Release Notes:

- Fix retina png definition (144)
- Fix fix paste from Illustrator CC 2015.3


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 4.0.1
Review by Acrocker104

Does what it says. - It creates working icons very easily. I've used this a few times on various production sites (for multiple-sizes of favicons mostly) and it is pretty great.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 4.0.0
Review by mattiscious

Update breaks the app - I just updated my Icon Slate app to version 4.0 via the Mac App Store, and now I can no longer use the app. I'm running Mac OS X 10.8.5 on a MacBook Pro, and when the app starts up, it immediately crashes every single time when I try to either create a new project or open an existing one.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people