iReflect Cubed Icons
I am certain that most Windows Mobile users get a kick out of modding the look of the interface to their liking. However, not everyone is a graphic designer, or even has skills that go past the use of MS Paint. To solve this dilemma, we have many designers among our members. In this case, xda member drew2000 has made a set of icons which he named “iReflect Cubed”, based on the successful and incredibly popular set of iReflect icons made by bluemetalaxe. These are bound to put a different look on your today screens, whether you use Sense, TF3D, MobileShell, IphoneToday, or really any UI that allows you to customize the icons. Since the pack includes well over 500 icons, you are bound to find one that fits your needs, regardless of the app.
This is a thread for variations of the excellent work of Bluemetalaxe’s iReflect icons. Right now I have about four variations in mind to complete, each of them will be at least 500 plus icons so you can use them for just about all of your programs and applications. Blue worked very hard on the original icon set so if you want to donate to Blue here is his link to his original iReflect thread and his donation button:
If you wish to download the icons and maybe get new ones if you have an older pack, you can visit the original thread
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