Android Menu Icons 2011.2
Android development projects benefit not only from great programming, but from excellent visual elements, as well.
With the right icons, an application can be transformed into a more intuitive, easy-to-use resource that conveys a sense of professionalism. Our Android menu icon collection does just that, while reducing development time and improving conformity with modern design standards. The collection features 159 individual menu icons ready to make your application the best it can be.
The set is distinguished by a consistent style that meets the Android guidelines for version 2.3 and above. A clean, minimalist theme is complemented by attractive contrast and attractive rounded edges for a finished look that instantly creates a feeling of authority. A full range of icon types is included in the set. Whether you're looking for icons that convey information about app navigation and other basic features or want to signify special functions with icons that suggest people, places, advanced actions, and more, there's sure to be a suitable icon for your needs. Each icon is available in three resolutions; developers can choose from mdpi, hdpi, or ldpi to fit the images into any standard menu.
Developers will also find a useful alpha channel for altering the translucency of any icon within the collection. This feature allows the icons to blend perfectly into any background, so that even the most colorful or inventive of application environments can achieve a positive user experience. Optional PSD files and vector sources in AI and SVG formats means tweaking the icons to achieve just the right look is fast and simple.
When an application is marked by attractive, standardized icons, it can make powerful first impressions and create an overall user experience that drives adoption and earns fans. Our collection of Android menu icons is ideal for development projects that want to achieve a fantastic look as easily and professionally as possible.
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