Minimal Text Icons Set for Android
Based on the work of UltraLinx’s MNML Icons, XDA member SoundZombie has decided to take the design as a base and create and increase these text based icons for your Android device. The developer is open to hear members’ suggestions of what icons should be made.
PSD, action files, and a how to guide are included on the original thread (post 26), so any member can create their own icons.
Originally posted by SoundZombie
I know a lot of people have seen UltraLinx’s MNML Icons, and if you’re like me, you love them. The only thing I’m not a fan of about them is how few there are. So I’ve decided to duplicate, best I can, these icons for my phone so I can have more. I’m willing to take suggestions as well as to what people want if they are good enough. I may even re make his icons just so I have a complete matching set.
Uploaded are examples of UltraLinx’s icon compared to my own, mine being for DroCap. The second and third pictures are of the link with a white background, again compared to UltraLinx’s (Third Picture)
Let me know what you guys think, and if anyone would be interested in any icons in particular!
You can find more information in the application thread.
Icons can be found on posts 4 and 12.
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