Version: 1.2.2 || Release Date: 2009-10-13 || License: Freeware Developer: Shiny Frog | App Owner: trix180

Img2icns is a simple, quick application to convert images to icons or icons to images, keeping them orderly filed and ready to use.

Creating Icon can't be easier!

Creating an icon is just as easy as drag'n'dropping one or more images on to Img2icns and choosing an export format - the same goes for creating images from icons.

Img2icns is available in a free lite version and a 12,90$ pro version.

changes in 1.1 version

  • Favicon are now in .ico format, this address an incompatibility with Internet Explorer 7 or greater.
  • Image export now have a slider for setting the size of the images (also features in history export).
  • Favicon and iPhone icon are now named with the standard names (favico.ico and apple-touch-icon.png).
  • Badge menu is now more easy to spot, and wont appear if there is only one image.
  • Correct a bug that afflicted folder icons when created from png (generation of black 48×48 icons).
  • Added Italian, German, Japanese and Chinese translation.

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11 Opinions

I found that GraphicConverter makes a slightly better quality 512 × 512 icon (checked with cover flow on mac os 10.5.)
NB: Copying the image icon to a folder via 'get info' also works.

odd. there's no way to contact them. their support link opens an input window but clicking send does not do anything?! anyone know their eMail? i tried [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
all were rejected


I like it a lot.

My last point just stopped to be true. Fully refunded.

1) you need the commercial version in order to generate favicon.ico
2) don't expect it can handle transparent PNGs as input for favicon.
3) sadly, no money back possibility

Bitnix, there is a free lite version and a pro version. Only the pro version cost money :)

Isn't this a $12.95 priced app instead of freeware?

The main version, developed by Matteo Rattotti is now part of Shiny Frog apps.

0.5 is out. Changes:
* Support for the new 512×512 icon format
* New "droplet" option, you can now change files icon with a simple drag'n drop

This version (0.4) converts images only to icns with 128×128 resolution max. Wondering if there will be an update to create the 512px icons which came up with leopard?

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