SimpText Icons Set for Android
A new icon set is ready for your Android device. XDA member UltraLinx presents SimpText, this icons set will let you change all your images for text icons, so instead of seeing the image of a phone for dialing, it will display a text icon “Phone dialer”.
Developer included a tool for resizing the icons in case you want to make them bigger. White and gray with nice fonts, a really minimal clean look.
Originally posted by UltraLinx
[ICONS] SimpText by UltraLinx [v1.3][Added White & Red]
SimpText by UltraLinx
There is a PSD in there so you can make your own.
I’m willing to make custom ones for a small donation.
PLEASE DONATE and if you’re going to share them at least give credits to me
I’ve made these at a request by a lot of people so please enjoy!
Use this app to make icons bigger if you think they’re too small.
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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