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Replacicon ➝

A simple little app that let’s you easily change the icons of third-party apps on your Mac. But it also watches for app updates in the background so your customized icons are not lost.

I’m not a fan of the uniform icon shape of recent macOS updates. It makes my dock feel boring. I still haven’t settled on all of the new icons I’ll be using, but I’m sure I’ll be playing around with this app over the next week or so until I’ve tweaked to my liking.

➝ Source: replacicon.app

Replacicon, a Replacement App Icon Manager ➝

From the site:

Replacicon makes it easy to find and replace app icons on the Mac. It scans online sources containing thousands of replacement app icons for each of your installed macOS apps. In just a click, you can change your app icons so they better match the rest of the system, or your own tastes. […]

Replacicon even watches for app updates in the background so your customized icons are not lost across app updates.

It only works on Big Sur and I don’t have any machines that have been updated to it yet. But I still bought this app. It seems like a great piece of software.

➝ Source: replacicon.app