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750 Free Icons From Google For Your Delphi XE7 Firemonkey Apps On Android And IOS

750 Free Icons From Google For Use With Delphi XE7 FiremonkeyGoogle has made available 750 glyph icons for use under a CC-BY-SA Creative Commons license. You can use them on the web, in your desktop applications, and in your mobile apps. These icons should work great in your Delphi XE7 Firemonkey and Appmethod apps on Android, IOS, OSX, and Windows. The icons come in SVG, PNG, and multiple resolutions for devices like IOS that require high resolution icons. You don’t really comprehend how many icons 750 icons are until you start looking through them. There are hearts, and buildings, and people, and power buttons, and thumbs ups, and clocks, and arrows, and error signs, and question marks, and more arrows, and cell phones, and batteries, and wallets, and many many more (see below for the full list). There is a blog post over on Gizmodo that you an check out for more information about the project.

You can access the full download of all of the icon file images from Github here.

You can head over and see a preview of all of the icons on a single web page here.

I’ve included the full list below.

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