App Tab Bar Icons for iPhone 1.0
Here is an App Tab Bar Icons for iPhone collection, which will help each iPhone or iPad application developer get his graphic user interface in order.
The icons from this set can be used in navigation, tab bars and toolbars, as they specifically meet the icon guidelines for iOS application design.
A wide range of images, including symbols for Dollar, Info, Help, Cut, Copy, Save, Search, Zoom, Help, Marker and Home, along with navigation arrows and lots of other general purpose graphics is included into this package. All the icon images have a transparent background and are available in two colors: black and white.
Technically, there are 219 unique app icons created in matching style in PNG and PSD formats. The sizes for navigation bars of the following devices are available: 20x20 and 40x40 pixels (high resolution) for iPhone and iPod touch, 20x20 pixels for i Pad. The tab bar sizes include a 30x30 pixels icons for iPad and 30x30 and 60x60 pixels icons for iPhone and iPod touch. Scalable vector images are delivered in PDF, SVG and AI formats.
All the icons from this library are available for immediate online preview. A trial download is also provided for your convenience.
These icons were created in according to the following guidelines: - Use pure white with appropriate alpha transparency. - Do not include a drop shadow. - Use anti-aliasing. If you decide to add a bevel, be sure that it is 90 degrees (to help you do this, imagine a light source positioned at the top of the icon).
For toolbar and navigation bar icons, create an icon in the following sizes: For iPhone and iPod touch: 20 x 20 pixels 40 x 40 pixels (high resolution) For iPad: 20 x 20 pixels
For tab bar icons, create an icon in the following sizes: For iPhone and iPod touch: 30 x 30 pixels 60 x 60 pixels (high resolution) For iPad: 30 x 30 pixels
These icons are here: http://www.iconempire.com/iconlibs.htm
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