How much ever Apple tried to show that things are very different in the operating systems that run the Mac, and the one that runs the smartphones and tablet, people won’t adjust to them easily after such a revamp. The design for Mac OS X, given by Jony Ive, has got quite a lot of changes but for those who wanted to have the iOS 6 – like icons and feel can still have them with a few icons which would at least do the job for now.
A designer at Deviantart, named “iynque” has done some good work with the icons designing and he has put up the Mac OS X icons which resemble the one that are available in the iOS 7. It’s the set named “iOS 7 Icons” and is made available on DeviantArt, and it is made using the Icon Customization app named CandyBar. It is a tool which makes it easier to convert the icons and replace your iconset with a single click.
For those who aren’t aware, Apple has launched the update to the Mac OS X, with the OS X Mavericks being announced recently at the WWDC 2013, and the changes as always have been well accepted by many users, while some criticized it too. For a change, you can try out these icons which could give your Mac OS a fresher look.
How to Install the Mac OS X Icon Pack?
Includes .ICNS (Mac), .ico (Windows), .PNG (Android), and an iContainer for CandyBar
Following are the apps whose icons are available:
Messages, Calendar, Photos, Camera, Weather, Clock, Maps, Videos, Notes, Reminders, Stocks, Game Center, Game Center alt 2, Newsstand, iTunes Store, App Store, Compass, Passbook, Settings, Phone, Mail, Safari, Music, FaceTime, Contacts, Calculator, Smart Folder, Burnable Folder, System Folder, Downloads Folder, Library Folder, Users Folder, Developer Folder, Internal Disk, Time Machine Disk, Trash Empty, Trash Full – Managed, Trash Full, Finder, Applicons, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, FontExplorer X, Time Machine, CandyBar, Misc Design, Design Briefs, Idea Stuff, Idea Stuff alt, Drop Stuff, Gemini, Preview, doo, Monosnap, EasyFind, Ein, LaCie Rugged, LaCie FA Porsche, CoBook, Calendar (blank), Calendar, Cloud App, RSS Notifier, Twitter, Dictionary.