Medical Application Icons
Mobile devices are being outfitted with larger screens with higher resolutions. These days it is probably not rare to see a doctor walk around with a large-screen device using medical applications. However, little has been done about updating the icons to exploit the full potential of the beautiful screens.
XDA member negawolf has been working on some icons for medical applications and has graciously shared them for everyone to use.
Originally posted by negawolf
Most are old application, but still working on HD2. The downside is, the icons are pixelated and looks blur. Therefore I made these icon (some are made by combining existing icon, some are made from scratch) using photoshop. I know it’s nowhere near perfect, but at least they look better than original icon.
… Gray’s anatomy, CHM Reader, ER Suite, A-Z Drugs, Harrison Internal Medicine, 5 Minutes Emergency Consult, PharmD Tools Box, UpToDate, Tabers Medical Dictionary, 5 Minute Clinical Consult, iSilo …
Check out the icons thread for the download and more information.
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