Windows Phone 7 Icons Set for WM
Do you want to have the icons of WP7 on your Windows Mobile device? Now, thanks to XDA member biernes_atrece you can have a nice icon collection for your device with over 100 icons.
The developer gives also access to the template if you want to work with your own icons, also gives a Photo-shop Tutorial on how to convert the Simplified Icons set to gray scale.
Step in and have a look at this new collection of nice icons on post number two.
Originally posted by biernes_atrece
for those who prefer to keep it simple.
It’s different. It’s Clean. It’s 99% original artwork.
For those who would like to work on their own icons,
template is now available for download as requested.
YOU ARE FREE TO USE THEM ANYWAY YOU WANT. BUT PLEASE DON’T SELL THEM. LINK THIS PAGE FOR DOWNLOADS. I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR COOPERATION. THANXALOT!
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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