orb3000 · Jan 19, 2011 at 09:02 am

New Minimalist Set of Icons for Android

If you think the stock Android launcher is boring because you can’t deeply configure it and on most phones you can’t have more than 3 home screens, then LauncherPro can provide you with a nice alternative. Now, XDA member Mutilatory presents this new icons collection for your Android. The set includes icons such as Email, Text, Phone, and Market. The developer offers three different sets for you to choose.
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Originally posted by Mutilatory
Minimalist/Basic set of launcher pro icons

I made these because I couldn’t find a decent alternative. So here you are, it includes: Email, Text, Phone, Market and the main menu app list thingy

EDIT: Can’t use imageshack so it’s attached Sorry about the quality – XDA has a limit on imagesize.

Added two new types, just going to make a better screenshot.

LP = White, uppercase
LPB = Black, uppercase
LPBL = Black, lowercase

Continue to the icons original thread.


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