This is a Location 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 12,100 icons, all in the same style and quality.
We've received the idea on June 12, 2012 and created the icons on November 17, 2012
Some more icons about location or contact like compass, map etc
Story about Location Icon
Imagine a world without a location icon: You are driving alone in an unfamiliar neighbourhood, on your way to a friend of a friend’s birthday. It’s 11 pm—just in time to be fashionably late. Your GPS is turned on, but nothing is indicated as your destination. You are driving in circles. It’s that same block again, and again. Where is that party? You call your friend, but he’s already too drunk and useless. Suddenly, it is four hours later, and you are left screaming into the void, “Where the hell is that location icon?”
Nothing says “I am here” more than the patented teardrop-shaped icon. Often in a striking shade of red, the inverted-drop-shaped icon (also referred to as ‘pin’ or ‘marker’) is a widely known symbol that marks a location. It’s bold, simple, and striking to a point that it landed a spot at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Yes, that marker thing is that big of a deal.
You can also have the marker in other colors.
But even though the world waxes poetic on that teardrop pin, you can still use other symbols that could pin the location of anywhere in the world. Examples are: