orb3000 · May 31, 2011 at 12:00 am

Icons XDA Minimal Text for Android

For those members liking the minimal text icons on your Android devices, here is a new set brought to us by our dear friend and XDA Moderator stylez. He presents some minimal text based icons with the font used at XDA-Devs. The developer mentions that folder icons will be added on the next update. Now, you can install them on your device and show the love you have for XDA.
Did you like them? Please leave your feedback.

Originally posted by stylez
[Icons] xda Minimal Text [Updated Folders]
Info:

xda Minimal text icons based on the xda font.

Requests:

Feel free to ask and I’ll add asap. “Think about the size of text”

Thx:

To all the minimal developers for the idea & [APP] Simple Text

Continue to the icons thread.


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