About these Icon Packs
I love making icons and I hope you’ll love using them to make your homescreen or desktop look super cool! I started developing these icon packs for Android in 2014 and over time, I’ve added icons to the packs in order to make them more useable on other operating systems. These custom minimalist icon packs for iOS, MacOS & Windows can be downloaded and will work on any device such as iPhones & iPads(using the shortcuts app) or Mac & Windows desktops and laptops. Wanna try it out first? Get a free sample pack.
For windows, I’d recommend using Rainmeter to customize your icons.
Looking for Android icon packs? You can get my Android themes here.
I’m constantly making icons so if you have any requests, feel free to contact me and let me know what you’d like to see in a future update.
How-to iOS Video Guide
Each zip file contains over 5,000 icons. If you’re only seeing a portion of that, there could be a couple of reasons why: Either your download was interrupted and only a portion of the files were obtained, or your device is still in the process of unzipping. It can take a couple minutes to unzip all 5,000 files. If you still don’t see all 5,000+ icons after a few minutes, you might need to re-download the zip file.
Apple restricts opening zip files on some devices based on your user settings.
Tap the 3 dot menu > Open in > Save to Files
Once the file is in your Files app, you should be able to access them. Also, use “Choose File” when creating a shortcut in the “Shortcuts” app.
You’ll see this when your phone storage(not iCloud storage) is low on space. Try freeing up some space or restarting your device.
A device restart should fix this. This could be also be caused by low storage space.