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Apple introduce SF Symbols this year in WWDC 2019, it is a set of over 1,500 consistent, highly configurable symbols you can use in your app.

You simply initialize it with UIImage init(systemName:) or new SwiftUI Image init(systemName:). You can also adjust it width and size to matched your font with some configuration like this.

VStack(spacing: 20) {
Image(systemName: "bag")
Image(systemName: "bag").font(.largeTitle)
Image(systemName: "bag").font(Font.system(.largeTitle).bold())
UIImage(systemName: "bag", withConfiguration: UIImage.SymbolConfiguration(textStyle: .largeTitle))

This is really great, the only problem is I don't know the name of those 1,500 symbol :(
Luckily Apple provide an app called SF Symbols app hidden in their Human Interface Guidelines page.

This wonderful app let you search through those 1,500 icons with ease.

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