Brian Gardner

Implementing Adaptive Icons in Android

Brian Gardner | Feb 04, 2019

Android Oreo introduces Adaptive Icons which allow device manufacturers to choose the outline, or mask, of all app icons on the device. This guarantees that all app icons will be uniform on each device, whether they be square, rounded, or circular. In this series, we'll learn how to save and implement these assets for Android Studio.

In the first part of the series we showed you how to create an adaptive icon for Android in Sketch. In this screencast, part 2 of the series, we'll now show you how to generate your icon to take advantage of this new Android O feature.

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