This feature is my favorite one. It allows seeing the same icon in all different styles (13 at the moment). When testing the usability, none of our participants used it. However, when we said this feature exists, they quickly found it and some were enjoying it.
We don’t limit PNG icons to the predefined icon sizes. Instead, one can generate any icon size within 100×100 px. Given that, you shouldn’t care about the icon sizes yet. However, icons are pixel perfect for the standard sizes for a given icon: 25×25 px, 32×32 px, 50×50 px, 64×64 px, and 512×512 px.
Paid users can generate any icon size, even 4000×4000 px.
Have you tried to generate the fonts with Icons8? Add a few icons to a collection and voila. Although it doesn’t have some of the advanced features of Icomoon (Icomoon is great!), many customers like and use it a lot; another confirmation was this week, when the feature was down for a while as we’ve switched to SSL. It resulted in 2 tickets and a tweet!
No need to upload the files. Generate HTML code and insert it right into HTML, that’s it. There are three kinds of snippets we generate:
HTML with SVG source code
IMG tag with base64-encoded source
CSS injection with base64-encoded data
8. Desktop Apps
Level of discoverability: in fact, they’re pretty popular
You can download all our icons and store them offline with a native Mac or Windows app. You can drag the icons from the app to Sketch, Photoshop, Xcode, or VisualStudio. The auto-updates with new icons daily.
9. Reporting Bugs
Level of discoverability: visible, but rarely used
With thousands icons converted into several formats each, we discover and fix several icons a week. Recently, we’ve added the Disqus comments to the icon pages. Please feel free to submit your bug reports as comments; we check them and fix them. Thanks for your help!