macOS Big Sur has a week between us, and one of its main novelties and perhaps the first that is noticed when starting the new version of Apple’s operating system, is the redesign of the interface, applications and all their icons.
This means that all the Apple apps you see on the dock will be exactly the same size and style: a box with rounded edges. But third-party apps easily break that consistency. The solution is to replace the icons yourself, and in macosicons.com you will find more than 2000 icons available for free.
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This website is the work of the designer Elias Ruiz Monserrat, and we had come to mention it among one of several options available in the middle of the year to make the macOS icons look according to Big Sur.
However, the project at that time had only 193 icons, but in recent months and after the official launch of Big Sur, it has become so popular that already has 2034 icons free and a simple contribution system for anyone to upload their own icons. Elias also offers templates for Sketch, Figma, Illustrator, and Photoshop for those who want to create their own icons.
All icons on the site are in the Big Sur style and in .ICNS format, and you can easily get replacements for all known applications and a few not so well known, with multiple options for some apps.
If you want to see the complete list of icons and credits for each one, you can access it from the project website on GitHub. If you do not know how to replace your icons in macOS, we invite you to read our step-by-step guide on how to do it.