orb3000 · Nov 4, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Birdman Font Text Icons for Android

If you are using Desktop Visualizer or Launcher Pro, then this big icon set by XDA member drew2000 will be of your liking. You can fully customize your Android home screen with new font styles, more than 150 text icons and stylish docks. Just extract the contents of the zip into your SD card and pull them from there to your respective application. Icons come on 84×84 sizes.

Originally posted by drew2000
Birdman Font Text Icons for Desktop Visualizer and Launcher Pro Docks

These icons are for use on your Android Device using an app called Desktop Visualizer which you can get from the Market, I also use Launcher Pro and I will be making a set of icons for the dock with the same font. There is a mini guide on “how to install” in the second post below. The Launcher Pro Dock Text Icons are in post 4……Launcher Pro Docks are in post 5………

You can find more information in the icons original thread.


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