How to change the App Icon in iOS


 

Requirements

  • 1. Mac System: Mac Mini, iMac, Macbook pro or Mac pro
  • 2. Xcode 6.0 or higher (Setup guide)
  • 3. Project Code in Objective C
  • 4. Basic knowledge of programming in Objective C and know how of using Xcode

Steps

Generating the Logo: Goto appicontemplate.com/ios8. Download the PSD template from there.
The help video has the instructions on how to create and generate App Icons from it.

Replacing the AppIcon:

  • Open the Images.xcassets file in Project Navigator (quick open by cmd + shift + O) (Fig 1 -1). It will open navigator area where all images are listed.
  • In navigator area click “AppIcon” (Fig 1 – 2) which will show you the current app icons (Fig 1 -3).
  • Replace them by your version of icons by dragging and dropping from finder (Fig 1 – 4).
  • Tiles labelled as 1x will have the specified size. e.g. Tile labeled 1x under iPhone 29pt will have
    AppIcon of size 29px. Tiles labelled as 2x will have AppIcon of double the size mentioned. e.g. Tile labelled 2x under iPhone size will be 87px (29 x 3).

You’ll need icons in PNG format and with these sizes to support iOS 7 and 8.

How to change the App Icon in iOS

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