Skip to main content
Version: 7.0.1

App Icons and Splash Images

info

You need to publish your application to see affects of changes. Smartface emulator won't be affected with customizations of app icon and splash image.

App icons have fixed sizes for device types.

For Android devices, every resource folder is used for a different type of device. In each folder, there is an icon.png that represents your app icon. Please note that the image sizes are fixed.;

iOS resources have same structure. The difference is that iOS has only one resource folder and you need to change the images names to start with "Icon" . Please note that the images sizes are fixed.;

Changing the Application Icon & Splash Icon

To change your application icon or splash image, follow this documentation

Splash Image

Splash images have fixed sizes for respective device types.
For Android devices, every resource folder is used for a different type of device. In each folder, there is a "splash_image.png" that represents the splash image of your app. Please note that the images sizes are fixed.

info

To handle sizing of different devices on Android, Splash Image should be built via 9-patch image. Refer to the document below:

Supporting Different Screen Sizes in Android

iOS resources have same structure. The difference is that iOS has only one resource folder and you need to change the images names to start with "Default ". Please note that the images sizes are fixed.;

info
  • When the splash image and the app icon are created, you'll find them in the images/Android and images/iOS folders.
  • images/Android folder contains the splash image and app icon for Android devices. Named as splash_image.png and icon.png respectively.
  • images/iOS folder contains the splash image and app icon for iOS devices. Named as Default.png and icon.png respectively.
  • To delete app icon and splash image, you can use the following commands:
    • Go to images/automated folder, find your LaunchImage.png and AppIcon.png. Right click on the file and select "Delete auto-resized images".
caution
  • If you accidentally delete the app icon and splash image from the images/automated folder, you'll need to workaround the issue by manually load the images again. It doesn't have to be the same image, only the file name is checked.
  • Just make sure that the image name is the same as the one you used in the images/automated folder.