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Nathan Sebhastian
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Jul 24, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

7 popular icon libraries you can use for free

Nathan Sebhastian A senior software developer with experience in building fullstack JavaScript app with React and Express. You can find me online at sebhastian.com.

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2 Replies to "7 popular icon libraries you can use for free"

  1. Awesome list! I just want to mention Lordicon Animated Icons

    https://lordicon.com/

    Beautifully designed and animated icon set with a powerful library and endless integration options. The customization tool allows users to adjust the color, stroke, and padding properties of each icon.

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