iConvert Icons
iConvert Icons
2.9.2

3.8

iConvert Icons free download for Mac

iConvert Icons

2.9.2
21 October 2017

Convert icons to .png format.

Overview

iConvert Icons is now the easiest way to create and convert icons from almost any format. With its unique auto-detection feature, just drop images, apps, folders with custom icons, and of course other icons right into the conversion window. All you need to do is choose the location where you want the newly converted icons saved, and iConvert Icons will handle the rest!

iConvert Icons Features
  • Auto-detection of icon source for the easy conversion!
  • Scalable Vector (SVG) support for input files.
  • Convert to all major icon formats with one action.
  • Advanced size selection options.

    What's new in iConvert Icons

    Version 2.9.2:
    • Fixes for issues on Mac High Sierra

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    12 iConvert Icons Reviews

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    Jurassic
    13 October 2012

    Most helpful

    Why pay $4.99 for something that you can do easily for FREE without downloading any software. To convert icons to PNG: - Get info on icon, and select & copy icon, then paste this into a new Preview document, and save as a PNG. Done.
    Like (2)
    Version 2.0
    MableKimball
    23 October 2017
    Convenient app when you need to convert the icon quickly and without any efforts. Nice.
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    Version 2.9.2
    Just-Annutha-Dewd
    21 October 2017
    The listing's description for what this app does is somewhat misleading. Yes, it can convert ICNS files to PNG format, but it can do the reverse of that as well as handle ICO icons (Windows format). It does this with a simple drag/drop operation, making it easy-peasy. I have a handful of Windows-based apps and games that I run on my Mac in a self-contained Wine wrappers and this app is essential for me in creating Mac-fomatted ICNS icons to have something other than a generic app icon. I frequently use fan-made PNG icons off DeviantArt and other sites, for example. Or I use a Windows-based utility to extract the icon out of the Windows application in question and then convert that icon to a Mac-compatible one. It's stupidly easy and well worth the 5 bucks to me.
    Like
    Version 2.9.2
    Cheltenham
    30 September 2014
    useful software !
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    Version 2.4
    nullmaster
    12 November 2013
    For my workflow, I prefer Icon Slate. However, Icon Slate does not create icons in the legacy bitmap icns formats (it32, etc) and I found that out the hard way once my icons were in the field. I needed icons in the old format QUICK, and iConvert Icons looked like it might do the trick. I rolled the dice and won. It gets the job done quick, painless, and at a very reasonable price. Again, I prefer Icon Slate's workflow, but iConvert Icons saved my rear end and is worth every penny for me. And now for the rant: To all who complain about $5 for this software: seriously? If you don't need it, don't buy it. If a different "free" method suits your needs, have a blast. If you paid for the program, and it didn't do what you expected it to do (or worse yet, it didn't do what it was SUPPOSED to do) then a negative review is justified. I attempt to contact a developer when I have an issue, and ALWAYS before I'm inclined to post a negative review. If you want good software written by an indie developer who makes a living from his or her craft, you're paying to support the product, the person, and often their family. Don't throw any software, even packages made by established "big" companies, under the bus without doing some due diligence. Have some respect, people.
    Like (2)
    Version 2.2
    1 answer(s)
    Foulger
    Foulger
    29 December 2013
    I agree complteley, there are so many naysayers out there who are quick to "pick up the pen" and criticize, without thinking about the consequences. I would bet a weeks salary that NONE of the complainers and whingers out there would have produced an app of their own. Excellent comment.
    Like (2)
    MariaDevoto1008
    21 March 2013
    It's nice app. Not bad but not wonderful.
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    Version 2.1
    1 answer(s)
    MariaDevoto1008
    MariaDevoto1008
    21 March 2013
    And very very big price
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    Jurassic
    13 October 2012
    Why pay $4.99 for something that you can do easily for FREE without downloading any software. To convert icons to PNG: - Get info on icon, and select & copy icon, then paste this into a new Preview document, and save as a PNG. Done.
    Like (2)
    Version 2.0
    anonymous-dingo-653
    16 April 2012
    Generally nice and convenient if all you are after is extracting graphics. File Juicer does all of this as well and so much more.
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    Version 1.0
    1 answer(s)
    Big Johnson
    Big Johnson
    06 March 2016
    Extracting and converting are two completely different functions.

    Learning to use a dictionary could really benefit you in life.

    Extract: "to get, pull, or draw out." http://goo.gl/o66Daw

    Convert: to change (something) into a different form or properties; transform." http://goo.gl/o66Daw
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    mpmoran
    19 February 2012
    I have used this for years and it works great. I took off half a star because there could be instructions included
    Like (1)
    Version 1.1
    TwisterMc
    21 November 2006
    Works excellent still today! Converted icons to PNG files perfectly.
    Like (1)
    Version 1.1
    Jesse
    20 April 2005
    is there a linux version ? if so where ?
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    Version 1.1
    1 answer(s)
    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    27 May 2005
    Linux version is available for download at: http://www.eisbox.net/software/icon2png-linux.src.tar.gz
    Like (1)
    Version 1.1
    $4.99

    3.8

    App requirements: 
    • Intel 64
    • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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