I have made some Web 2.0 style media player icons and decided to share with you guys. The source layered Photoshop file is also available to download for free, you can resize those icons to whatever size you want. You can use and share those icons but only as they are. So please also don’t remove the URL www.rizwanashraf.com while you share with someone.

I hope you will like those high quality icons available to you guys for free. A lot more high quality graphics stuff is coming up! So keep visiting and please don’t forget to leave some comments, it encourages us.


Download Web 2.0 Style Media Player Icons Source File for Free!

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15 Responses to “Web 2.0 Style Media Player Icons – Download Free!”

  1. 1
    Bizzarius Says:

    Hi…Great icons…Saved me a lot of time. thx

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    Carlos Says:

    Muchas gracias amigo!
    Thank you!

  3. 3
    Jangha Says:

    Thank you for sharing these,
    awesome work

  4. 4
    sim Says:

    Thanks for free media player icons

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    Hawa Says:

    thanks for these icons

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    lukasz Says:

    These are perfect and a huge time saver….thanks for the icons.

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    Kamran Says:

    thanks for sharing these free media player icons

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    Jan Says:

    Thanks for sharing these icons. Will you be so kind to put a description on the forum to ‘teach’ us how we can make them ourselves. Seems that real good icon (two layers) editors are hard to get.

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    dbunic | www.redips.net Says:

    Thank you for sharing nice icons. Cheers!

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    prabhjot Says:

    THanks for sharing icons

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    Jalal Says:

    WOW Thank You

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    George Says:

    Wow! These are really nice and they helped me a lot.

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    Steve Says:

    Thanks, man. Saved me a lot of time on a tight deadline.

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    Jeremy Says:

    Great stuff thanks dude, they have worked a treat in a media player application I’m developing!

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