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How To Make an App Icon For Your Blog

When I'm on my iPhone and I need information, I usually want it at my fingertips...so thus, I decided I needed a quick link to this blog {because I use The Blog Guidebook's tutorials all the time!}. I knew it couldn't be that difficult to make an icon to use, I just needed to know what size and where to put it so that the different platforms could use it.

Of course, I Googled it, just like most questions, and I found some awesome articles that told me just what to do! Here's a few great links I found:


Now remember, this doesn't mean you have an actual app...this is just a cute pic that links to your blog...but, it also means that your readers can put your icon on their home screen!

So this is what I'll be working on today! Do you want a cute app icon for your blog? I want to see it! Let me know what you create and I'll post a few of them when I have mine made.

I'm going to utilize Photoshop Elements and PicMonkey and see what happens!

6 comments:

  1. FYI. The 1st link isn't accepting anymore links to make apps.

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    1. It's true the appmkr site isn't accepting links anymore, but the information in the article is pretty interesting. Thanks!

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  3. Good Morning! I wanted to let you know that I featured this helpful post today in my "What I Bookmarked This Week" post - stop by and see!

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    1. Danielle, thanks for adding us to your roundup...what's the link to your blog? Thanks!

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