Choosing the right icon size for various operating systems (iOS, Microsoft, Android) is important, but it may also cause headaches, depression, and other unpleasant side effects. This may negatively affect the cost of design and quality of a product as a whole. So, we decided to help you and make this summary.
You can scroll down the page to a specific operating system by clicking the links.
|iOS 9||58×58, 80×80, 120×120, 152×152, 180×180, 1024×1024|
|Windows 10||16×16, 24×24, 32×32, 48×48, 256×256|
|Android Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo||24×24, 48×48, 192×192|
|macOS X||16×16, 32×32, 64×64, 128×128, 256×256, 512×512, 1024×1024|
|Unix operating systems||16×16, 24×24, 48×48, 96×96|
|Windows Phone||62×62, 99×99, 173×173, 200×200|
|iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus||180×180|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE||120×120|
|iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s||120×120|
|iPad and iPad mini||152×152|
|iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus||120×120|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE||80×80|
|iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s||80×80|
|iPad and iPad mini||80×80|
|iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus||87×87|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE||58×58|
|iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s||58×58|
|iPad and iPad mini||58×58|
|iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus||About 66×66|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE||About 44×44|
|iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s||About 44×44|
|iPad Pro||About 44×44|
|iPad and iPad mini||About 44×44|
|iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus||About 75×75|
|iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE||About 50×50|
|iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s||About 50×50|
|iPad Pro||About 50×50|
|iPad and iPad mini||About 50×50|
We have even created our own style guide for Windows 10 icons. Here’s what we found out:
The icons should be in .ico file format.
The full set should include the following icon sizes:
Note that toolbar icons should always be flat.
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Android starting with version 5 Lollipop uses the Material design specifications for icons.
And the prize for the most detailed icon style guide goes to… Google! They have patiently described everything: from corner shapes to shadow sizes and opacity. Here are just a few of the main ideas.
Android expects product icons to be provided at 48dp, with edges at 1dp. When you create the icon, maintain the 48-unit measure, but scale it to 400% at 192x192dp (the edge becomes 4dp).
These icons symbolize a command, file, device, directory, or common action like trash, print, and save.
System icons are displayed at 24dp. When creating icons, it’s important to design at 100% scale for pixel-accuracy, while zooming in for precision.
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It’s worth mentioning icon specifications from the work environments of Unix-like operating systems: GNOME and KDE. These apply to Linux, FreeBSD, and others.
Bold denotes the primary size for Linux icons.
|Object and document icon||24×24, 48×48, 96×96|
|Application icon||24×24, 48×48|
|Toolbar icon||24×24, 48×48|
KDE is the default work environment on many Linux distributions. They have no official guidelines for icons, but here’s what we found on various KDE forums.
|Main toolbar icon||16×16,22×22,32×32,48×48|
These are the sizes for required icons in the XAP package and for Windows Phone Store.
|Application tile image||173×173|
|Device application icon for Windows Phone Store catalog (small)||99×99|
|Device application icon for Windows Phone Store catalog (large)||173×173|
|Desktop application icon for Windows Phone Store catalog||200×200|
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