orb3000 · Jan 25, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Icon collection Metrogloss for Android

Do you have an Android device but want to have a Metro style icons? Then this may be of your liking because XDA member Taine0 presents this great collection of icons with more than 40 elements to personalize your device. The developer has based the design on the work of yankoa and they are very easy to install, just put them on your SD card under: \data\com.kanokgems.smswidget. If you like this work, don´t forget to leave your feedback as the dev is willing to create more colors and make the collection wider if there is enough interest.

Originally posted by Taine0
[Icons] Metrogloss

Hey everyone,

Just made a nice clean/simple looking icon set.
I love the metro icons made by yankoa, but not a big fan of just the basic tile everyone seems to use. So i went about making my own set of metro icons.
Originally i just made enough for my home screen, but decided to do a whole set.
I’ve put induvidual items on my drop box, as well as the whole .rar.

Continue to the icons thread.


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