New OS X 10.10 Yosemite Icons [Download 'em]!
What’s new in OS X 10.10? While it’s tempting to say that Yosemite is more than a pretty face, much of what’s new actually involves just that, pretty faces. Specifically, OS X 10.10 brings a dozen plus new if rather familiar faces in the form of update icons.
While many have commented on how disagreeably cute the Finder icon is, the other new/updated icons have generally received a more positive reception.
Top: App Store, Calendar, Contacts, FaceTime; Bottom: iBooks, iTunes, Launchpad, Mail
Top: Maps, Messages, Notes, Preview; Bottom: Reminders, Safari, System Preferences, Trash
So, of the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite icons, which do you like, hate or are they all abominations? Sound off in the comments below…
[u] Download a zip archive of the the above icons — added icons for Preview and Activity Monitor (6-26). Added new QuickTime and FontBook icons, 7-07. Added new Script Editor, Mission Controls icons, 08-19. Added new Dashboard, Keychain, Disk Utility, and Migration Assistant icons, 9-02.
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