Icon Glue
Icon Glue
1.4.3

3.0

Icon Glue free download for Mac

Icon Glue

1.4.3
08 March 2019

Easily create Apple icon images for apps.

Overview

Icon Glue is the easiest way to quickly create an Apple Icon Image (.icns) for your Mac app from a single 1024x1024 pixels sized PNG or TIFF image. Just open your image, select what you want to create (Icon Glue will remember these settings) and save it. You can also open an OS X application bundle to easily extract its icon withouth having to browse through the bundle's internal folder structure.

Icon Glue can:

  • Create .icns files or .iconset image sets from a single PNG file
  • Create the iTunesArtwork.png image required for app submissions on the Mac App Store
  • create all app icons for your iOS apps
  • Extract all images from an existing .icns file or an application bundle's icon

Rectangular (non-square) or too small images will be adjusted accordingly to ensure that the result is always a valid, Retina-compatible .icns image file.

What's new in Icon Glue

Version 1.4.5 (1.4.3):

Note: The downloadable demo is version 1.4.3; the version available for purchase on the Mac App Store is version 1.4.5.

  • A few minor bugfixes and under-the-hood improvements

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

4 Icon Glue Reviews

Rate this app:

NotUsed
22 February 2013

Most helpful

No demo, no thanks. Might be the best app ever, but I'm not paying for something until I see it function.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
Dcannis
01 March 2013
It's works!
Like (1)
Version 1.1
Dcannis
01 March 2013
Do not work. No open any window dialog or setup, no open any image. Trashed.
Like
Version 1.1
4 answer(s)
Dcannis
Dcannis
01 March 2013
Yes I tried , ma nothing happen...
Like
Dcannis
Dcannis
01 March 2013
I have tried with various jpg file and I used athe AppStore Version
Like
Dcannis
Dcannis
01 March 2013
Also I tried to uninstall and a new installation from AppStore but the trouble remain.
Like
Dcannis
Dcannis
01 March 2013
JPG and JPG work fine! All it's OK. Thanks for your information and support!
Like
Cowicide
23 February 2013
CowTip: Use FastIcns, it's great and free (donationware/giftware)
Like
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
08 March 2019
I can't find FastIcns on MacUpdate. Where does it live?
Like
NotUsed
22 February 2013
No demo, no thanks. Might be the best app ever, but I'm not paying for something until I see it function.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
hwgray
hwgray
23 February 2013
I'm with you! I'd hate to pay for this app, only to discover that I'd trashed almost a whole dollar. To hell with that.
Like
NotUsed
NotUsed
23 February 2013
The amount is irrelevant. It's the thinking of developers that since something is in the app store they don't need to provide demos. It's an injustice to consumers. Could be 99¢ or $99 it doesn't matter. Provide a demo.
Like
NotUsed
NotUsed
01 March 2013
Thanks for the tryout. Seems to work well. A pop up window you can drag nan image to would be better on launch than nothing at all. Took me a minute to figure out I had to use file Open. Interestingly enough it would with .psd, .ai, .png, .jpg, .tif - if you drag and drop to the window. But File > Open will only see png and tiff files. Apparently this supports more formats than you think. It's a bit rough in spots with the main window reappearing on subsequent launches and there's some incorrect working for buttons when saving. But it does function and could well be worth a dollar if you need this functionality often.
Like