Explore SF Symbols 3

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Explore the latest updates to SF Symbols, Apple’s iconography library. SF Symbols 3 features over 600 new symbols, enhanced color customization, a new inspector, and improved support for custom symbols. It’s never been easier to create beautiful symbols that integrate easily with San Francisco — the system font for Apple platforms — and support accessibility features like Dynamic Type, Bold Text, and VoiceOver.

What’s new in SF Symbols

Discover the latest additions to the SF Symbols library, localization enhancements, and how you can more easily customize the color of a symbol to integrate it within your app’s own color palette. We’ll also show you how you can design and annotate custom symbols to support Monochrome, Hierarchical, Palette, and Multicolor rendering modes.

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What’s new in SF Symbols

Explore the SF Symbols 3 app

Tour the SF Symbols app — our interactive library for iconography. Learn how you can use the library to design accessible and inclusive apps that look incredible: We’ll take you through changes to the app and symbols search, explore previewing and custom symbol management, and help you integrate symbols into your interface designs.

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Explore the SF Symbols 3 app

Create custom symbols

Can’t find exactly what you’re looking for among the 3,100 symbols included in the SF Symbols library? No problem. Discover how you can create custom iconography with the latest rendering modes in SF Symbols 3. We’ll help you learn how to draw, edit, and annotate symbols, as well as explore more advanced techniques to improve the design process.

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Create custom symbols

SF Symbols in SwiftUI, UIKit, and AppKit

Ready to integrate SF Symbols or custom symbols into your SwiftUI, UIKit or AppKit app or game? Learn key techniques for presenting symbols, controlling their color and size, and displaying different variants.

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SF Symbols in SwiftUI

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SF Symbols in UIKit and AppKit

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