Free social media logos for SF Symbols

The missing bite of Apple icons is here — free logos for SF Symbols. You asked. We made it!

  • 75 logos of all popular social media platforms
  • 27 variants of each icon
  • Follow Apple guidelines
  • Fit all Apple products

What are SF Symbols

SF Symbols is a library of symbols by Apple Inc for developers. They are designed to integrate with San Francisco, the system font for Apple products. Each symbol comes in 27 weight and scale variants and automatically aligns with text labels. Users can create their own custom symbols and add them to the library.

How to add logos by Icons8 to the library

1. Unpack the downloaded archive.
2. In the SF Symbols app, create a new custom collection.
3. Drop the icons from the Social Media folder into this collection.

That’s it! You can start using logos the same way you work with other SF symbols.

Note that in some cases, Interface Builder might ignore the scale of custom SF symbols. In such a case, you should handle the scale change programmatically.

Add a link to Icons8 in your finished work and use these symbols for free. Save your time and ensure consistency across your projects!

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