Tha XDA Icon Pack Gallery Giveaway
Y U NO have much love for XDA, huh? Oh, you do? Then don´t forget to check out this icon pack by XDA member ThaPHLASH, featuring icons especially made by XDA member falloutboy2000, for your insatiable hunger to theme. It features 1,097 icons each in 5 different styles, all rendered in XDA colors. But there’s a catch. The duo decided to feature a giveaway, selecting winners every week for as long as the thread stays active.
All you have to do is go to the original thread and leave a comment. Winners are randomly selected weekly. The creators don’t seem to give the app away sparingly, so it´s up to you to keep the thread alive.
Originally posted by ThaPHLASH
It no secret that we love XDA, falloutboy2000 who made the biggest icon thread the world has ever seen and me to celebrate the launch of my ultimate icon app, wanted to do something special to express our gratitude towards YOU who makes all this icon bonanza possible!
*** The full icon sets (over 1097 icons in them) will be delivered to the winners! Alternatively Winners can also choose any of Tha Phlash other icon packs.
To enter the giveaway simply leave a comment in the thread!
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