Black & White Graphic Icons Set for Android
We have more new collections to get your device a fresh look. XDA member Crozzbow presents this nice graphic icons collection for your Android device called black and white. What is very interesting is that the icons are mixed with a picture, so it will give you a similar look to tiles icons in black and white. The developer provides the icons in rar or zip, so you can download them with your preferred tool and is open to suggestions and requests to make the collection bigger. You can use them with Desktop Visualizer, Launcher Pro or similar application.
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Originally posted by Crozzbow
[ICONS] black&white Icons
just did a few icons for my HTC and thought i could share ’em
black&white Icon-Set by Crozzbow [size: 355×132]
always looking for new ideas
I’m using Launcher Pro as Carpenter said and i will always update my first post if there are some new icons i added.
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