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All collections listed below are released by their authors with some kind of free or open source license. Collections include popular glyph fonts, SVG icon sets and several Emoji sets.

Iconify API scripts are available on GitHub, allowing you to to host Iconify and custom icon sets on your own servers.

Icon sets are automatically updated daily from repositories of icon authors.

If you are author of icon set that you would like to be published here, please open an issue at GitHub repository for icon sets. Icon set must be your own original work, it must have open source license and it must be published on GitHub or NPM.

If you want to use Iconify with commercial or private icon set, you can host it on your own website by making copy of Iconify API.


Currently Iconify is available only as JavaScript library for browsers. This makes Iconify usable on web pages. To use Iconify without relying on Iconify API there is possibility to host custom API and bundle icons with custom scripts.

Additionally when browsing icons, when you select any icon, you can copy or download SVG code. You can use it in editors or embed SVG directly into pages instead of using Iconify JavaScript.

Applications built with technologies such as React or Angular can use Iconify HTML syntax for browsers instead of dedicated components. Iconify JavaScript will replace placeholders generated dynamically by framework with SVG.

However in future it will change.

Plan is to create dedicated React and Angular components in early 2019. Support for other frameworks can be added too. What will be different from using current Iconify JavaScript? It will be proper components that generate SVG, not placeholders and generated bundle will include all SVG data. It will not require Iconify JavaScript. Of course you can continue using current placeholder syntax if you prefer. All integration methods planned for future will add new options, not replace existing options.

Additionally integration is planned for XenForo 2 forum software. It will feature icon picker component that will include icon search, custom option and style property types, custom XenForo template tags, making it easy to add icon pickers to third party styles and add-ons. This is currently in development, plan is to release it sometime late December 2018 or early January 2019.