Need some material design icons for your latest app or website? Or perhaps you're a designer looking to share some of your work? Material Design Icons probably has what you're looking for. For developers, it means open, searchable icons that are available in all the formats you could wish for. Developing for Android? You can download any icon in two formats: Android 5.x (gives you a vector drawable along with PNGs in black, gray and the color of your choosing),...
XDA TV App Gets a Makeover
Some people don’t like white and brown–let’s just say it. They remind me of toilets. Thankfully, this is a dilemma that nathanpc has covered in the latest iteration of his phone and tablet app for our video show, XDA TV.
If you don’t like the official-colours theme, you can now download a “dark” version. This makes things black, mostly. But we all know that black is cool and if I was to get a sports car or elaborate electrical item, it would be black.
This app got an update recently. It had a rocky start, but I have to say the app is brilliantly refined compared to its original iteration. Nathan, a new developer on the block, released this app as his first development. I must admit that he’s made a turn around on almost all issues reported to date. Fantastic work, Nathan.
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