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aSmoothStar Icons Set for Android
A new icon set has arrived, XDA member le3ky presents aSmothStar collection for your Android device. This set complements previous successful collection TallMin and will let you completely change the style of your device with more than 170 icons and twelve color combinations such as: Boombastic Blue, Brilliant Black, Cyan-ogen Blue, Gentry Grey, Groovy Green, and many more.
The developer made all these collections for the pure pleasure of contributing.
Originally posted by le3ky
They are finally here! After the great success of my previous icon set, TallMin, which was downloaded over 12,000 times from my servers, the second in the series aSmoothStar icons are now here to download! The aSmoothStar icon set complements the TallMin icon set now giving you the choice for a 1 line or two line icons. aSmoothStar is bigger and better, with 173 icons in 12 awesome colours for you.
As ever, if you enjoy these icons, please feel free to give a donation as thanks (it really helps me keeping this site up too), the donation link is on the right hand site of the site and really any small amount would be greatly appreciated!
As mentioned, there are 173 icons in the following 12 colours:
You can find more information in the icons collection thread.
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