Download Font Awesome Pro v6.0.0-beta2 (Web + Desktop) Retail

Font Awesome Pro v6.0.0-beta2 (Web + Desktop) Retail

Font Awesome Pro v6.0.0-beta2 (Web + Desktop) Retail
Font Awesome Pro v6.0.0-beta2 (Web + Desktop) Retail

Get vector icons and social logos on your website with Font Awesome, the web's most popular icon set and toolkit.

Professionally Designed + Pixel-Perfect
Each and every symbol is designed from scratch against guidelines and standards forged from years of experience of illustrating and designing icons. The result is a consistent look and feel that spans thousands of icons across three unique styles.

Near-Infinite Icons
Font Awesome has grown to have over 5,000 icons and continues to add the most popular and needed icons. Stop hunting down missing icons you need, combining from multiple sets, or finding that company's official logo in a dirty corner of the internet.

Play with Our Icons
Our icons are easy to use on the web out of the box. And that box includes support styling to help you size, place, style, and even animate any icon. See what you can do with one line of our easy to remember code.

Font Awesome loves screen readers! With our auto-accessibility feature, it’s super simple to do the right thing for your users.

Font Awesome is fantastic to work with on the desktop, especially with all-new ligatures. Try it in your next design or presentation!

Tried & Tested
We've stress-tested them, so that your icons and styling work and display perfectly in all modern browsers.

Pixel-Perfect Rendering
Our icons are meticulously designed on a grid that helps them render perfectly and makes them legible at any pixel or font-size.

Basic Styling Included
Size your icons in relation to your UI. rotate, align, mirror, pull and stack them with ease too thanks to our bundled styling.

Power Transforms
Go further - Shrink, grow, and rotate your icons on a granular scale. Layer or mask multiple icons together with pinpoint accuracy. Or make quick work of counters and badges.

Manage & Use Your Way
Use Font Awesome how you want: via our CDN, Download Font Awesome to host yourself, or install the latest via npm. We've got component packages and CSS-processors too.

With Way More on the Way!
We're not done yet. Native app support, more category packs, desktop subsetter, duotone icons, and more are in the hopper.

Beta 2


690 New Icons, including:
Fresh batch of food icons to match the food-vegetable and food-prepared emoji blocks
Some coiffure options on our user icons
Satisfied our sweet tooth with some candy icons
Big ol' batch of new arrows
Shuffled the deck with new playing card icons
New sailboat, puzzle icon, block-question and block-brick icons
New maritime category
New batch of sponsored icons, including some fire safety icons
New sportsball and pickleball icons
New train-track and train-tunnel icons
Standard variations to the shopping cart icons
New h5 and h6 icons
New face-awesome and hundred-points icons
Added bilibili, pix, and go brand icons, all voted in by the community
Added a Staff Favorites filter in our Icon Search in case you ever wondered what we thought were the fa-cream of the fa-crop.
Search Improvements
We've improved and added even more features to the Version 6 Icon Search! You can narrow down your icons search by multiple categories, styles, and filters at one time. We've also added paging and a bunch of display options to improve browsing through our thousands of icons. To see see all the new icons we've added, check out our "New in V6" filter.
Improved and Expanded Docs
We've buffed and polished our Docs: made the navigation easier to get to, created a new welcome mat at the front door of Docs, and improved the consistency and accuracy of the how-to's, examples, and overall readability of the content.

Updated otter icon to be more otter-y
Simplified landmark and landmark-dome icons
Updated school icon to be more school-y
Added landing gear to our plane-arrival icon
Adjusted camera-viewfinder icon
Removed Tripadvisor icon at request of copyright holder
Breaking Changes to Duotone Unicodes and Ligatures
We fixed an issue in the Beta 1 release with our Duotone unicodes and ligatures when referencing Duotone layers in both Desktop OTF and Webfonts. If you installed Beta 1 and use ligatures on the desktop or unicodes in your CSS pseudo elements, you'll need to update to the latest (Beta 2) font files AND update any ligature or unicode references that used the Beta 1 syntax.

Fixed a bug where some duotone icons used in pseudo-elements would be missing a second layer.
Fixed a bug where certain animations would not work in the latest version of Edge.
Fixed a bug where SVG nested icons would endlessly replace the SVG tag with ... a new SVG tag.
Fixed a Dart Sass division (“/”) deprecation issue.
Fixed an issue with auto-accessibility and the use of the title attribute within the element.
Fixed a bug centering around customizing the width of an SVG-based icon element (fa-w).
Separated out the Less and SCSS duotone classes into different files to help reduce the CSS size.
Fixed a bug where a zero-width-space unicode value could cause our icon not to show.
Fixed a bug where layered text would not be shown correctly on screen.
Fixed an issue where using fontawesome-svg-core would not render v6 icons.
Fixed an issue when using fa-regular style, which would render a solid style rather than the regular style.
Removed the extra .tgz file getting bundled within the NPM packages.
Fixed the conflict detection feature to detect conflicts with Font Awesome v5 when using Web Fonts + CSS.
Fixed font metadata in the font files to improve validation in some situations.

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