Enhance the appearance of your software on PDA and mobile devices by using a set of matching icons. Dial and Hang-up, Ring Tone and Vibrate Ring, Bluetooth and 3G, GPRS, various Battery states, SMS, Email, Calendar, Camera, Alarm and Video Call, and many more handy icons common for PDA devices are carefully crafted in a matching style.
Whether you are developing an application for Symbian, Windows Mobile or Palm OS, you'll find that these icons fit perfect for all types of mobile devices. Your mobile software will look consistent and feel professional throughout by using professional graphics. Perfect Mobile Icons are designed with small screens in mind, and are clearly legible on low-resolution screens used in mobile devices and phones.
Software development for mobile devices is different from coding desktop applications, and so are the icons. While you can live with standard-sized icons when developing desktop software, the needs and requirements of mobile user interfaces are vastly different. Hence Perfect Mobile Icons are available in a multitude of sizes, including 16x16, 20x20, 24x24, 32x32, and 48x48 pixels.
Each PDA and mobile platform is different. Various screen sizes and resolutions, different color depths and operating system requirements demand for the various color depths of the graphics. Perfect Mobile Icons are available 16 and 256 colors, while supplying 32-bit True Color versions for high-end mobile devices and desktop synchronization tools. Each icon from the package comes in three states: normal, disabled, and highlighted, and is supplied in Windows Icon (ICO), Bitmap (BMP), GIF, and PNG formats.
See your icons before placing an order. Perfect Mobile Icons are immediately available as full-size previews on the Perfect Icons Web site. Aha-Soft also plans to release the next icon collections: Mobile Icon Collection, Network Icon Collection, School Icon Collection, Trash Icon Collection.
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