This is the Apple App Store icon for Windows 10. Here we go. Optimized for 32x32 px, these are the simplest icons in the line style. Downloadable formats are PNG and SVG, among others. Icons8 icon pack is unique in providing a huge number of icons designed by the same team of four designers who create the new icons every working day in the same style and with the same quality. Same cool as the Bat Face, huh.
This is a circle with several symbols on the inside. The symbols include a pencil, a paint brush, and a rectangle. They are aligned in a triangle shape. The pencil is on the left, the brush is on the right, and the rectangle is at the bottom.
In the recent years, apps have solved a huge chunk of humanity’s most pressing problems, from finding parked cars to knowing when to pee in the middle of a movie. There are more or less a million of apps existing today. While life has been made easier by a number of practical apps, at least a quarter of them are also possibly dumb. If you’re in any kind of inconvenience ever, just seek refuge in the fact that there’s probably an app for that. Need someone else to say “Yo” for you? There’s an app for that! Need a fake call to get out of an awkward situation? Worry not, there’s an app for that! And whenever you’re having a bad day, there’s also an app to make it worse, e.g. Unfortunate Cookie—your go-to app for words as uplifting as “You’re funny looking and your mother only pretended to love you.” It’s called the ‘Dark Cookie’ sometimes.
For iPhone users, the app symbol used is the one with the drawing tools forming an ‘A’, and enclosed in a circle.
There’s a different icon for Apple Watch apps.
Android users are more familiar with this icon:
With apps taking over our lives, here are the icons of the most popular apps today:
There’s probably an app for finding app icons as well.