Unified Icon Sets for Android Home Screens
Looking to bring a little flair to your Android device by means of increased aesthetic cohesiveness? Have no fear, as XDA forum member DroidDeck is by your side. He has created 3 sets of 14 icons at 60×60 resolution, perfect for use in your preferred launcher’s home screens or dock. In order to use these icons, you’ll need a replacement launcher that allows the creation of custom shortcuts, such as Launcher Pro or ADW.Launcher.
Taking all requests to make more, and feedback of course is accepted greatly.
All icons are perfect size for launcher pro decks, 60×60.
For more info, to download the icons, or to request that additional icons be made; please head over to the original thread.
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