If you are looking for a Free Complete Icon Pack to use in your next project, you may be interested in taking a look at Unicons, a library with more than 1000 vector icons scattered through more than 20 categories.
Unicons is ideal for designers and programmers alike, as can also be used as a web fontSimply add the style sheet to your application code to use the icons as a font.
Designers also have access to icons through the Icondrop plugin, so they can use Unicons. directly integrated into your favorite tools such as Sketch, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Word, PowerPoint, and Google docs and spreadsheets.
The icons available range from user interface, communication and business, to emojis, chat, arrows, logos, multimedia and much more. All were carefully designed in a 24px grid for consistency across all screen types.
You may customize the size, color and tone of each icon easily, plus it’s easy to scale icons for multiple screen sizes without compromising sharpness. Soon they will launch three different styles for the icons that will also be free.
Unicons is an open source project and in addition to being able download the SVG files from the official site, you can see the whole project on its GitHub page.
They are under a license is Apache 2.0, you are free to use the icons in both personal and commercial projects, and while they would love to see attribution in your work, you don’t have to add it.