Resize ICNS Online Free
Resize ICNS by percent or pixel online for free
or drop a file
What is a ICNS (Apple Icon Image) file?
The Apple Icon Image format is an icon format used in Apple Inc.'s macOS. It supports icons of 16 x 16, 32 x 32, 48 x 48, 128 x 128, 256 x 256, 512 x 512 points at 1x and 2x scale, with both 1- and 8-bit alpha channels and multiple image states (example: open and closed folders). The fixed-size icons can be scaled by the operating system and displayed at any intermediate size.
Why ICNS Resizer
With SharkFoto's massive computing cloud server distributed globally, SharkFoto ICNS Resizer can provide a fast ICNS resizing service automatically in a few seconds with one click. You can slash editing time - and have more fun! Our platform supports over 200+ image formats. You can compress any format easily.
200+ formats supported
We support more than 10+ different most popular features among 200+ different file formats. Meet all your requirements.
With the Top AI platform and technology Powered, SharkFoto has fast speed and magic quality beyond your imagination.
Fast and easy
Just select the right tool and drop your files on the page, click one button. Wait for a little for the process to complete.
All processing runs in the cloud and will not consume any capacity from your computer. You don't need extra money for an expensive computer.
Our platform will delete instantly after the processing is completed. We don't store any files. No one has access to your files and privacy is 100% guaranteed.
All devices supported
SharkFoto is browser-based and works for all platforms and devices. There is no need to download and install any software.
How to Use ICNS Resizer
Whether you want to resize ICNS or any format, SharkFoto makes it happen. Just 3 steps and a few seconds!
- STEP 1
Click the “Upload” button to select your ICNS files.
- STEP 2
Preview the Result
Input the width and height you want to adjust, and click the "Resize" button.
- STEP 3
Wait a few seconds, and click the "Download" button to save the file.