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Image2icon alternatives and competitors

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Image2icon is designed to be the fastest way to create and assign custom macOS icons and comes with vast assortments of easy to use templates for creating custom folders, drives, and document icons in two steps. Oh, I almost forgot! Do you like emojis?
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  • Icondrop is a free plugin for Sketch, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, Google Docs and Google Slides, that lets you pick icons, illustrations and stock photos from Iconscout and insert them quickly in your design.

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  • Pioneer Icons

    1010 High quality collection of icons in 3 different styles, for websites, apps, presentations and bootstrap landing page for you and your business, built with Sketch app.

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  • Pictogram

    Pictogram makes it easy to use custom app icons on your Mac. It even preserves your custom icons after your apps update themselves. Requires macOS 11.0 or newer.
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