I own several icon sets but the one that I return to over and over is Webalys’s copious Streamline pack, which almost always seems to have just the pictogram I need when I dig into its catalog.
Brooklyn, NY (July 1, 2015) (PRWEB) July 01, 2015
Webalys today announced the official launch of Streamline 2.0, a collection of 4,000 app icons, making it the largest cohesive collection in the world. The previous iteration of Streamline included 1,600 icons are included in the new collection, though they've been tweaked and perfected for the release of the new version 2.0. This version includes another 2,400 icons created with designers and developers in mind.
Streamline icons are recognized as the highest quality and most consistent collection available for professional designers and developers. Companies like Adobe, Facebook and Oracle use Streamline icons, and Khoi Vinh, the famous graphic designer, blogger and former Design Director for The New York Times, wrote on his popular blog, Subtraction:
“I own several icon sets but the one that I return to over and over is Webalys’s copious Streamline pack, which almost always seems to have just the pictogram I need when I dig into its catalog.”
These new additions were designed specifically for iOS 8 and Android applications, and are organized into 97 categories. What makes this collection stand out is the addition of unique categories like “Ecology", “Business", "Design", and 34 icons just for “Cloud Servers and Network” — not to mention 300 icons that cover almost every social media app and platform ever released. Users can also change the stroke thickness on the icons and a filled version is available along with the line drawing.
While Streamline V 2.0 is the largest icon collection in the world, it’s not the first Webalys collection to make a splash. The company has a large variety of icon packs, ranging from the elegant and antique-looking "Vectorian" collection to the brightly colored, design-forward "Kameleon" collection.
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