Niteowl Sense 3.0 Icons — Grab Some Style
Custom icon packs can be things of absolute beauty. Especially when each pack screams of creativity. One type of icon pack a lot of users have been craving as of late is that which includes the new Sense 3.0 UI style icons. I am glad to say that your search may finally be at an end.
XDA member niteowl360 provides us with a collection of fantastic icons and docks. Featuring every useful app icon under the sun, including Dropbox, Gmail, Twitter, Market, Google Talk and best of all, one for XDA itself.
The collection of icons can be downloaded as a .zip, meaning that, if you’re a themer, you could potentially use them for an array of different things! What a delightful release, wouldn’t you say?
If you’d like to grab yourself these stylish and generally fantastic icons, head on over to the original thread and give the designer a word of support!
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