SFSymbolsFinder is a convenient library to get a whole list of available latest SF Symbols images with a convenient way of usage. You can use these to get type-safety instead of using raw string while instantiating an Image or UIImage (SwiftUI and UIKit).

Programming language: Swift
License: MIT License
Tags: Swift     iOS     Xcode     UIKit     SwiftUI    

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SFSymbolsFinder is a convenient library to get whole list of available latest SF Symbols image


SFSymbolsFinder introduces 22 SF Symbols categories, each category represented by an enum:

  • General
  • Communication
  • Weather
  • ObjectsAndTools
  • Devices
  • Connectivity
  • Transportation
  • Human
  • Nature
  • Editing
  • Text Formatting
  • Media
  • Keyboard
  • Commerce
  • Time
  • Health
  • Shapes
  • Arrows
  • Indices
  • Math
  • Gaming
  • Multicolor
  • All

All categories is based on official Apple SF Symbols application sfsymbols

All icons has been updated, now all icons are supported. Please refer to All Categories to get all icon. Contribution welcome !


New Update!

Now you can use smart init directly!

Image(systemName: .person)

UIImage(systemName: .person)

General Usage

Use it easily with calling the enum for each category

import SFSymbolsFinder
import SwiftUI

struct ContentView: View {
  var body: some View {
    VLayout {
        // Approach 1 by using Image directly
        VLayout {
        // Approach 2 by using the system name string
        VLayout {
            Image(systemName: Communication.micSlashFill.systemName)
        // Approach 3 by using enum directly
        VLayout {
            All.micSlashFill // this one is recognized as an Image already
            // If you want to resize you need to access the body

To get the uiImage version you can use below code


There are some categories that need special way to retrieve the symbols:


For one of the icon which is oneMagnifyingglass is used for getting 1.magnifyingglass system name


For indices there are special ways to get 3 special symbols which is for retrieving Currency, Alphabet, and Number.

  • For number, it supports generic type
// With Int
Indices.Number.circle(number: 1).systemName
// With String
Indices.Number.circle(number: "01").systemName

Please beware not every number or string is supported, in case we put 999 or "-123" it won't return anything.

  • For Alphabet, it supports by passing Character enum. It supports a to z.
Indices.Alphabet.circle(character: .a).systemName // return a.circle
  • For Currency, it supports by passing AvailableCurrency enum.
Indices.Currency.circle(currency: .dollar).systemName // return dollarsign.circle


All icons are useful in case you don't want to use a category based. Just copy the name from SF Symbols App then use enum style code.

// In sf symbols : xmark.circle
// In code like below

NOTE: For number still need to use Indices.Number


SFSymbolsFinder is distributed using the Swift Package Manager. To install it into a project, follow this tutorial and use this repository URL: https://github.com/abadikaka/SFSymbolsFinder.git.


SFSymbolsFinder was built by Michael Abadi S. as a component of some of his project described in his website.

Contributions and Support

All users are welcome and encouraged to become active participants in the project continued development β€” by fixing any bug that they encounter, or by improving the documentation wherever it’s found to be lacking, and adding more or missing available SF Symbols, or even only adding a Unit Test.

If you'd like to make a change, please open a Pull Request, even if it just contains a draft of the changes you’re planning, or a test that reproduces an issue.

If you'd like to open an issue, please submit new issue.


  • [x] Add generic validation for system name
  • [x] Add more iOS 14 symbols
  • [x] Add more iOS 13 symbols that not included in any Categories

Thank you and please enjoy using SFSymbolsFinder!