Overview

Today we’ll feature a nice, free and open source icon theme for the Linux desktop called “Moka”, it was firstly released in 2013 and got a huge number of positive reviews since then due to its beauty, it’s a nice icon them indeed.

Moka is almost compatible with all Linux desktop interfaces; from Cinnamon to GNOME Shell and passing by MATE and Xfce, it’s working well everywhere, its main feature is the huge number of icons that it provides for the Linux desktop, it’s not like the other normal icon themes where developers only change some icons and release them.

It’s also beautiful; the look and feel of all icons are almost the same which makes it even better, we don’t want to be heavy on you, here are the screenshots:

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Install Moka Icon Theme

Moka is free and released under the GPL license (bundled) and under CC-BY-SA 4.0 for the source files, the source files (in .svg format) are available to download from the Moka repository on GitHub, you can also install the icon suite via other different ways according to your distribution.

For Ubuntu/Mint users, run the following commands in the terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:moka/daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install moka-icon-theme

For Fedora and openSUSE, you can check this link and choose your distribution in order to get the correct instructions to download Moka theme, for Debian Linux, you can download the .deb file for Moka. Arch users can get it from the AUR repository.

You can also get Moke icon theme for Android but it’s not free; it costs 2.00$, if you think this is not bad for an icon theme you can install it on Android from Google Play.

M.Hanny Sabbagh

Python programmer and open source software enthusiast. Worked on developing a lot of free software. The founder of FOSS Post. Computer Science major.

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