Icon Tool Alternatives

    Icon Tool is described as 'allows users to change icons for their Applications with a simple and easy to use drag-and-drop interface. Also, Icon Tool backs up the users' original icon in case the user would like to revert back their changes'. There are five alternatives to Icon Tool for Mac. The best alternative is Replacicon. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try LiteIcon or CandyBar. Other great apps like Icon Tool are Brachetto (Paid) and Pictogram (Free).

    This page was last updated Aug 21, 2021

      • Mac
      Replacicon makes it easy to find and replace app icons on the Mac. It scans online sources containing thousands of replacement app icons for each of your installed macOS apps.
    1. LiteIcon is a simple app which allows you to change your system icons quickly and easily. Simply drag an icon onto the one you want to change, and click the Apply Changes button. That's it. To restore an icon by the original, just drag it out.

    2. Brought to you by Panic and the Iconfactory, CandyBar 3 brings the best of CandyBar 2 and Pixadex 2 together into one powerful, new application.


      See note on website: "Since we’re unsure about the long-term future of changing system icons, we’re not comfortable charging money for CandyBar, and we’re also not comfortable simply making it disappear, instead we’re going to make the current CandyBar free — but unsupported."


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      • Mac
      Search across 1000+ replacement icons to swap your app icon with live preview, grid perfection, and persistence. Search the icon. Search over 1000+ (more soon) icons ready to be used. Just pick one from the database and you’re done. Swap it.
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      • Mac
      Pictogram makes it easy to use custom app icons on your Mac. It even preserves your custom icons after your apps update themselves.
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