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Icons Flycons for Android
XDA member chancellorr presents this nice collection of new icons for your Android device. Flycons collection are made in 100px x 100px resolution and including the following icons: Foursquare, Facebook, Market, Talk, Phone, SMS, Music, Mail, Remote, Music PlayerPro, Camera, Gallery, Browser, Alarm Clock, Weather and Settings. The style of the icons reminds me a bit of Apple’s but these ones look fresh and shiny.
Step in, have a look and if you like them, please leave feed back. Perhaps, we can convince the developer to include more icons on a second edition of Flycons.
Originally posted by chancellorr
Here is a preview of the icon set I’m currently working on.
Please please please give me feedback!!
They are 100px x 100px with is kind of big but I use them with LPPlus and resize a DVR Middle size widget. They look nice. I’ll post a screen later.
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