15 Best iOS 14 Icon Packs to Customize Home Screen

With the release of iOS 14, Apple gave users the ability to customize their home screens with widgets and custom app icons. While I’ve already covered a comprehensive list of third-party iPhone widgets, you can go much farther with custom app icons. The 15 finest iOS 14 icon packs to customize your iPhone home screen are listed below. Let’s get started.

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How to Change App Icons on iOS 14

The unique icons are saved to your iPhone when you download an icon pack. Most icon packs and apps listed below will require you to use the Shortcuts app to manually alter each app’s icon. To save time, I’ve outlined the methods below, so you can quickly download and personalize the app icons. If any apps demand a different way, I’d make a note of it in the app’s description.

1: Begin by downloading the icon pack from the following sources. The icon images should be saved to your Photos or Files app.

2: To create a new shortcut, open the Shortcuts app and tap the Plus button in the top right corner. To add a new action, use the Add Action button.

Creating a new action in shortcuts app in iOS

3: Locate and open the Open app.

Open app option in shortcuts app

4: Now you must add the app whose icon you want to replace to the list. To see the list of apps, tap Choose. Let’s assume I wanted to modify the app icon for Instagram, so I went with that option.

Choosing an app to change its icon in iOS 14

5: Select Add to Home Screen from the Options menu in the top right corner.

Add to home screen option

6: Change the shortcut’s name to the name of the program. I renamed it Instagram. Next to the name, tap the icon.

Renaming the shortcut

7: Go to the folder where your app icon is saved and choose it. The icons were saved to the Photos app. Select a custom app icon.

Custom app icon in iOS 14

8: To add the Instagram custom symbol to the Home Screen, tap Add. Give your shortcut a name now, and then tap Done.

Add app shortcut to the home screen

9: Your Instagram icon is now the new icon on the Home Screen. You can put the old Instagram app in a folder, but don’t get rid of it. Every time you tap the app icon, Instagram would open.

New app icon on iOS 14 home screen

Repeat the process for each app icon you want to change. You may expedite the process by using the Icon Themer Siri Shortcut, which allows you to change the icons of numerous apps at once. Simply download the Shortcut and follow the on-screen instructions to get started.

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Free iOS 14 Icon Packs for iPhone

1. Flaticon

Number of Icons: 1000+

Flaticon is a website that provides icons for a variety of uses, as well as icon sets to let you personalize your iPhone Home Screen. You can get a plethora of icon sets for your iPhone in a variety of designs. Flat icons, black and white, material design, silhouettes, and more icon packs that I liked on the internet. Flaticon provides free icon downloads.

Flaticons free iOS 14 icon pack

Check out Flaticon (free)

2. Icons8

Number of Icons: 800

Icons8 is another online store that sells iPhone app icons. The service includes a library of free and premium icons that you can use to customize your apps. There are over 800 app icons available for download for free. All the app icons are black and white with an aesthetic appeal, and you can find bespoke icons for all of your favorite apps including Netflix, YouTube, HBO, Among Us, and others.

Icons8  free iOS 14 icon pack

Check out Icons8 (free)

3. Icon Scout

Number of Icons: 500+

Thousands of high-quality icons, including iOS icons, brand icons, social network icons, emojis, flags, and everything in between, can be found on Icon Scout. The website sells bundled for popular brands including Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. You have the option of purchasing full packs or selecting app icons individually. You can find most of the popular app icons for free.

Icon Scout

Check out Icon Scout (free)

4. 22over7

22over7 isn’t an icon pack, but it does address the most significant issue with altering app icons on iPhones. It creates a profile that you can install on your iPhone, and it replaces all of your existing app icons with the new ones. You’ll have to find and download all the app icons yourself, but after you’ve done that, you can easily build a fully personalized Home Screen. Install the profile on the iPhone once you’ve finished with all the app icons, and you’re done. All the icons would be replaced at the same time. The service is completely free, but you can pay the dev a coffee as a token of appreciation (donate).

22over 7

5. Cersei Glyphs

Number of Icons: 70+

This minimalistic icon pack of fifty icons was developed by a single person. All the popular apps, as well as the System apps, are represented by icons. On a black background, the icons are all hand-crafted and look fantastic. You should have a look at these. The app icon pack is available for download and use for free.

Cersei Glyphs

Check out Cersei Glyphs (free)

6. Design Shack: 150 Minimal Icons

Number of Icons: 150

Design Shack has released a 150 icon collection for iOS 14 that includes app icons in a single color and basic design. The free pack only includes black icons; however, the white, beige, blue, purple, red, and teal versions are available for $9.

Design Shack 150 Minimal Icons

Check out Design Shack (free, $9)

7. Dark Mode iOS App Icons

Number of Icons: 60

u/Drone better, a Reddit member, created high-quality iPhone app icons. The app icons have been adjusted to blend in with dark themes and look great against a black background. YouTube, Pinterest, Health, Chrome, Drive, and other third-party apps are among the apps available. You can download all of the iOS 14 icons for free, and there are over 60 apps to select from. In certain cases, the icon pack contains various versions of the same software.

Dark Mode iOS App Icons

Check out Dark Mode iOS App Icons (free)

Paid iOS 14 Icon Packs for iPhone

8. Envato Elements

Number of Icons: 50

This icon set features a bright-drawn design with a range of iOS icons. All the icons have a 2-D design style and would be ideal for something more casual. There are 50 app icons total, ranging from Camera to Browser to Settings to Navigation. App icons for basic iOS apps, on the other hand, are not available. The icon pack is only available as part of a membership, which costs $16 per month.

Envato Elements

Check out Envato elements Icon Pack ($16)

9. Traf Icons

Number of Icons: 120

This icon set, which was featured in MKBHD’s iOS 14 home screen makeover video, includes 120 different apps in four dark colors. Colors like black, slate, cobalt, and white look great against a dark background. The icon set costs $28 and includes upgrades for the rest of your life.

Traf Icons

Check out Traf Icons ($28)

10. Aesthete Icon Pack

Number of Icons: 200+

The Aesthete Icon Pack includes 9 alternative themes, over 216 app icons, and 42 unique wallpapers. To design your iPhone home screen, choose from minimalist, textured, gradients, abstract, festive, and retro icons, and wallpapers. For $20, you can get the entire set.

Aesthete Icon Pack

Check out Aesthete Icon Pack ($20)

11. Iconly2.2

Number of Icons: 600

If you prefer curving designs, you’ll appreciate Piqo Design’s icon bundle. The icons have a simple design with rounded corners that are pleasing to the eye. Light, Bold, Bulk, Two-tone, and Broken are the five icon styles included in the bundle. You can download over 600 icons for free, but it is recommended that you tip the designer.

Iconly2.2

Check out Iconly2.2 (free, $1+)

12. Softicons

Number of Icons: 80

Softicons softens the app logos by adding softened edges to the original iOS app icons. It maintains the original design pattern, so you won’t have to make any compromises when it comes to changing the stock layout. For $18, you get 80 distinct app icons and three wallpapers.

Softicons

13. Neon iOS Icon

Number of Icons: 300+

If you want to give your iPhone Home Screen a Cyberpunk feel, this Neon icon pack is a great place to start. More than 300 neon-styled icons are included in the pack, which includes both system and third-party programs. If an icon for a certain app isn’t available, you can simply ask the designer to make one for you. The neon icon pack will set you back $5.

Neon iOS Icon Pack

Check out Neon iOS Icon Pack ($4.24)

14. White Icon Pack

Number of Icons: 6000+

There are several app icon sets that focus on dark themes, however, this is the bundle for you if you prefer light themes. Most apps on your iPhone are covered by a gigantic collection of 6000+ icons. You’ll have to pay $2.29 for the icon bundle.

White Icon Pack

Check out White Icon Pack ($2.29)

15. App Icons

Number of Icons: 200+

Software Icons is an iPhone app that allows you to customize your iPhone. Instead of manually altering an app icon, you may use this app’s Profile feature to change the design. The themes range from bright to dark, and each one comes with matching backgrounds and app icons. You can even make your own app icons if the program doesn’t recognize them automatically.

App Icons app to customize the Home Screen on iOS 14

You begin by choosing a theme and then the icons that go with it for your apps. The program would then prompt you to create a profile. All the icons and the wallpaper will change as soon as it is installed. Some themes are available for free. Premium themes require a monthly membership, which starts at $1.99.

Get App Icons (free, in-app purchases)

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Final Verdict: iOS 14 Icon Packs

iOS 14 icon packs can instantly modify the look and feel of your home screen. It can look like a fresh phone in your hands depending on how you mix and match it with your theme.

These are a handful of the iPhone icon packs that I like. Individual icon packs, bundles, and even apps are available to let you personalize your iPhone Home Screen. Let me know on Twitter if you have any specific app icons in mind that aren’t mentioned here.

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