People over at The Verge found these icons and we where making our own versions of these icons. Someone said that it might look better of the background was blue with stripes and both bubbles where white.
So here you guys have it. It also somewhat takes away the focus on iMessage and it keeps the iOS feel of the stock icons.
Here's a link to the actual usable PNG file if anyone wants to use this icon as a replacement: http://cl.ly/IH2D
Be sure to name it "Icon@2x.png" if you want to use it :)
10 months ago
This is awesome. Only thing I can say is you have the canvas wrong. AppStore apps use a 114x114 canvas whilst "Stock" iPhone apps have a 118x120 canvas and the icon needs to have the drop shadows.
Here is the fixed icon. http://d.pr/S3jE
8 months ago
Definitely this is better than rebounded one. I thing it's more iOS-like, thank just transferred Mac OS icon.
7 months ago
@Jacob Caudill Are you sure? Because as far as I can tell it's iOS that masks the icon so that it has the rounded corner. Same goes for the shadow. I didn't actually try the icon out on my own device because I rather use the stock icon. Though I thought it would've worked the same way for the stock.
I've been doing it this way on all of my custom icons and never had any issues.
@Vitaly Ishkulov Awesome, thanks! :)
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