Tempted to use free weather icons found somewhere on the Web? Think again! There aren’t any weather icons that are really free. Almost all collections of icons on the Web are compilations of images scraped from various applications or Web sites. Why taking chances with free weather icons while fully licensed Large Weather Icons are available directly from the source? Large Weather Icons are readily available, and come with no strings attached. A single order gets you the right to use Large Weather Icons in as many products, gadgets, and online portals as you may need now and in the future.
The library of Large Weather Icons depicts a variety of weather conditions you are likely to have on a sidebar, Web site, mobile gadget, or software product. The icons come in all sizes standard to Windows, Mac OS, and mobile platforms. The biggest versions are huge 512×512 pixel icons, ready to be printed or used in presentations in highest resolution. Demanding customers will find vector sources in Adobe Illustrator (.ai) format easily available.
Large Weather Icons depict sunny and cloudy weather conditions, rain, snow, hail, mist and fog, as well as weather-related objects such as barometer and thermometer. Icons depicting clouds, blizzard, sun and moon, clear and foggy weather conditions, strong wind and slippery roads, tornados and hurricanes are also supplied. Currently, 48 unique icons are available, with each weather icon coming in three distinct styles: normal, highlighted, and disabled.
Technically, the library of Large Weather Icons is supplied in various sizes, color depths, and image formats. Versions of Large Weather Icons for Windows, Mac OS, and Web sites are provided, including BMP, ICO, PNG, and ICNS (MacOS) formats. All icons come in sizes of 16×16, 24×24, 32×32, 48×48, 64×64, 256×256 and 512×512 pixels and in 256-color and semi-transparent 32-bit color depths.
One can obtain Large Weather Icons separately, or buy the entire set of 48 images with a discount. Complete online previews are available for all icons at large-icons.com.