orb3000 · Feb 16, 2011 at 06:00 am

Icon Set Ares HD for Android

XDA member Raadius presents his second icon set called Ares. The collection shows 45 (118×120) .PNG icons for your Android device based on the template by William Szilveszter. This collection presents an interesting new way of viewing those useful icons. Name an icon and you will probably find it is already included in the collection. So, please try them out and leave comments to the developer.

Originally posted by Raadius
Ares HD is complete, get it here.

Thank you everyone for watching, thanking, tips and help on this theme! Your support is AWESOME!

The PSD is here. I have also attach Ares HD icon set .rar for those having issues downloading it from deviantART.

I’ve notice some of the request are duplicates, the icons have been made already. So this is what ill do, ill list the icons and the page they’re on, so it will cut down on duplicate request. Ill post it on my OP as well. Request started on Page 10.


Continue to the icons thread.


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