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New Set of Dark Passion Icons
Despite the large number of custom icon sets available today, it seems like we always want more nicely designed new ways of personalize our devices. This time xda member and moderator zelendel created a black set of icons for Windows Mobile. There are more than 150 different black icons including youtube, adobe, messenger and many more to choose from.
Whether you like them or not, this new set that increases the great collection we have so far thanks to the efforts of many members at XDA.
Originally posted by zelendel
I have been asked to share these so From the frozen North of Alaska I present to you my Dark Passion Icons, There are 144 total icons with more to come. Feel Free to let me know if there are any you might need to be done.
All Icons are 90×90 png files
lesscro For allowing me to use his LeoCpu icon
Anyone else I forgot feel free to let me know for a add.
You can follow the discussions in the icons thread.
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