Icons collection: Scrambble for Android
We all love to personalize our devices to the bone, and every time a new collection comes out is a great opportunity to give our devices a fresh look. Now, XDA member nixxez presents this nice collection of new icons for your Android device. The icons set contains over 30 well designed icons such as XDA App, Facebook, GMail, Angy Birds, Internet, Camera and many more. Also, the developer is open to receive new icons requests from members.
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Originally posted by nixxez
Here is the new icons i have been working on.
This is the first batch, and i will be updating as more requests comes in.
Keep in mind i have a family, so i will make requsted icons when i have the time.
The icons are also in my dropbox if you want to pick´n choose.
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