High resolution tab bar icons for iPhone 4 apps

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[prMac.com] Dresden, Germany - Earlier this week the design label "iconsBerlin" extended its icon collection for the tab bar in iPhone Apps. Now the icon set supports the high resolution of iPhone 4, too. Because on the new retina displays, with 960x640 pixels, tab bar icons appear in the resolution of 60x60 pixels in the best possible quality. App developers will also receive all 480 icons from the collection in the size 30x30 pixels, which are used on the iPhone 3 and the iPad.

The application icons in this collection are organized in 28 different categories and are based on the themes of Apple's App Store - for example: Entertainment, Photography, Health, News, Sports and much more. All icons correspond to the Apple HIG guidelines. An overall summary for developers is given on iconsBerlin' website.

If developers miss an icon they may request it at the project's web page. New icons will be added step by step to the iconsBerlin collection with no extra costs. Additionally every buyer receives free updates of every collection extension for the period of one year after purchase. Due the royality free license developers buy the icon collection ones and use it again and again. No matter how many different apps they are going to create, the license terms guarantee a long lasting app enhancing experience.

IconsBerlin is a design label for small screen design by the company Haase & Martin from Dresden, Germany. The Haase & Martin GmbH is known as a mobile marketing agency and deals with the creation of mobile content, app development and bluetooth marketing. In addition, the company creates graphical user interfaces (GUI) with touch-screen interaction. Copyright (C) 2010 Haase & Martin GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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