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Star Icon in iPhone Style

This is a Star icon. We've made it in iOS style, first introduced in iOS version 7 and supported in all later releases up until now (at least iOS 11). This style is based on thin two-pixel lines and is optimized for 50x50 px. Unlike other vector icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this icon pack contains 12,900 icons, all in the same style and quality.
Star icon. A star has five pointed sides which are basically mini triangles all linked together at the seam. It is often seen in the sky at nighttime.
A star has five pointed sides which are basically mini triangles all linked together at the seam. It is often seen in the sky at nighttime.

Related to Star Icon

Related icons are the icons with matching tags, as well as all messaging icons. All icons are in the same flat style. You can either download free PNG icons or buy SVG vectors

Story about Star Icon

They dangerously explode every second of the day in space. They deceptively cheer up a person in a Facebook conversation, making them think they're "the one" in the relationship, meanwhile, Brad has been cheating on his girlfriend with her sister for months. And they're also available as a free downloadable icon right here, of course, were talking about the star icon.
So, how else could you use this icon?
  • Put it on your business cards—to make them look attractive.
  • Put it on your website—to make your site look important.
  • Put it on a birthday card—to make a person you don't really like, feel important.
  • And lastly, print it out on sticky paper and put it on your shirt, letting everyone around you know that you're more important than them.

Usage Story about Star Icon


Even though the stars in the night sky may have been covered up by the awful pollution lately, they are very much present in the digital world. Fake stars are just everywhere these days to fill the emptiness left by actual stars. The stars that we are more familiar with today are not those petty, glowing balls of plasma. It is certainly more likely that the star we speak of is either a shape, or culturally significant A to B-list celebrity.

star icons
The common icons we see referring to a star are:
  • Asterisk (*)—an asterisk can be easily spotted together with the “8” button on the keyboard.
  • Pentagram—a five-pointed star that is made with five straight strokes. It is often linked with mysticism, military power, and of course, fame. It is also a highly crucial figure in preschool.
pentagram icon
  • Star of David—a six-pointed star formed by two equilateral triangles that are entwined. The figure is known to be a Jewish and Israeli symbol.
star of david icon

With the star icon’s variety of purposes, there are also other euphemisms associated with it:
  • Rocket
  • Medal
  • Trophy
star related icons

Use the stars for the common good—go validate other people with fake stars.