HD Icon Pack for Android
XDA member mikebeecham just released the first part of this high definition icon set for your Android device using Launcher Pro. According to the developer, it took almost two months of work to get this collection ready for all to download, so if you want a fresh look on your device step in and please leave feed back.
Originally posted by mikebeecham
Well, after nearly two months of fairly hard work designing and (in some cases) redesigning, I’m happy to release my first pack of HD Icons to the Android Community.
This is a project still very much in process, as I see myself adding more packs as time goes on…however I was happy enough with the first 68 icons to release them out in the wild.
There are only two caveats to this release, and I really would like you to take note of this:
1) PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE read the readme file. I took time to write it, so would appreciate you reading it.
2) You must understand that these are my ‘babies’ in a sense. I poured time into these, so whilst I really really want you to enjoy them, please dont take them and pass any of them off as your own. It would be incredibly disrespectful to me as a designer, and would make you look foolish since I have the PSD files retained for future use!
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