IconJar

IconJar 2.1

Organize your icon collections so that you can always have them at hand.
 
2.1.1 (See all)

IconJar helps you organize your icon collections so that you can always have them at hand. It has a straightforward interface with two modes: Light and Dark. It can automatically scan your machine to find icon files, or it is also possible to drag them directly onto the app’s window. Most of the file types usually used to store icons are supported. However, the task can be more difficult when you are trying to import them from AI sprites that contain multiple items.

The tool facilitates managing your icons in many ways. First, it creates libraries, which you can give descriptive names. Moreover, you can use its powerful keyword search, which produces almost instant results. Likewise, the application stores recently used icons, which become accessible from the sidebar.

Probably the greatest advantage of IconJar is that it lets you drag icons to any other application. In this respect, it is excellent that it is compatible with such widely used design tools as Sketch, Photoshop and Illustrator. Besides, icons can be previewed and exported to other sizes, file types and colors. What is more, you can save your export preferences as presets for future tasks.

In general, IconJar can come in extremely handy for graphic and web designers as it has a noticeable impact on their productivity. The product used to be free but now it comes with a price tag. Still, it is good that it can be tried at no cost.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Exports to other formats, colors and sizes
  • Organizes icons into libraries
  • Powerful search function
  • Supports dragging icons to other applications

Cons

  • May be difficult to export icons from sprites
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