Wizard Cut Icon Changer

Wizard Cut Icon Changer


Wizard cut lets you create custom shortcuts for any launcher. Are you tired of an apps ugly icon? Now you don't have to settle for other peoples mistake. Use Wizard Cut to design your own icon. With this app you can create shortcuts of different sizes and styles. Use your images and our masking system to create framed pictures or uniquely shaped images. You can crop images from your gallery, camera, or from our texture packs. Wizard Cut supports multi-layered icon creation with the ability to merge layers. You can further customize your icon with our image editor that can be used for tint, brightness, saturation, and many more options. You can create shortcuts in a wide range of sizes. Everything from 1*1 to 4*4 and any combination in between. We supply a wide variety of assets packs to use with Wizard Cut. This app has the ability to save and restore your creation as well as share your icons with friends or Facebook.

Main Features:
1. Create shortcuts for many different activities
2. Set shortcuts in a variety of sizes
3. Supports a multitude of asset packs
4. Contains a built in icon editor

Editor Features:
1. Editable Layers
2. Merge Layers
3. Move Layers
4. Scale Layers
5. Layer Padding
6. Image Crop
7. Image Editing
8. Mask System
9. Picture Frames
10. Widget Backgrounds
11. Custom Labels
12. Backup and Restore shortcuts
13. Preview modes
14. App backgrounds
15. Share icon/images

How to use:
You start by deciding if you want a standard sized icon or a large sized icon. For large icons you must set a widget on your home screen in the desired size. For a standard sized icon just start the app and select an activity. Once you have your activity selected you can go to the editor screen which is the place where you make all your adjustments.

Main Toolbar (Top):
The top toolbar houses the tools selector and layers. Tap the wrench to select from different sets of functions to use to make and manipulate you icon/image. The layers can be selected independently for editing as well as be hidden. By using the included merge function you can create a very complex icon design.

Secondary Toolbar (Bottom):
This toolbar holds your editing functions. The first toolbar holds you image options. These include scale, rotate, move, and image editing. The image editing function is an advanced feature where you can tint, edit brightness, add drop shadows, add many other things. The second toolbar contains your layer options such as adding image from icon packs, cropping images from gallery, camera, or texture packs, mask system that can be used as shape masks or picture frames, and the merge function. The third toolbar contains your widget options. This includes selecting activity to launch, shortcut text options, view padding, and widget backgrounds. The last toolbar is the extra options toolbar. These options include preview modes, app backgrounds which will change the editor background or main app area background, backup and restore options which can also be reached from the menu in the top right corner as well, and the share function so you can share your creations with friends, Facebook, or any other option.

We provide assets that can be used with Wizard Cut. This is a growing library of tools and resources that can be used to create more complex designs. If you have any issues please email us first as we will promptly make changes. Any other feedback is always appreciated and welcome. Please enjoy.

Recent changes:
10/4/2013
Added in trial for premium options
Fix for buy now

4/11/2013

Bug Fixs
- Fix for saving transparency with imported images.
- Fix for properly deleting backed up icons
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3.5
User ratings
557
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
2
File size
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About Wizard Cut Icon Changer
Wizard cut lets you create custom shortcuts for any launcher. Are you tired of an apps ugly icon? Now you don't have to settle for other peoples mistake. Use Wizard Cut to design your own icon. With this app you can create shortcuts of different sizes and styles. Use your images and our masking system to create framed pictures or uniquely shaped images. You can crop images from your gallery, camera, or from our texture packs. Wizard Cut supports multi-layered icon creation with the ability to merge layers. You can further customize your icon with our image editor that can be used for tint, brightness, saturation, and many more options. You can create shortcuts in a wide range of sizes. Everything from 1*1 to 4*4 and any combination in between. We supply a wide variety of assets packs to use with Wizard Cut. This app has the ability to save and restore your creation as well as share your icons with friends or Facebook.

Main Features:
1. Create shortcuts for many different activities
2. Set shortcuts in a variety of sizes
3. Supports a multitude of asset packs
4. Contains a built in icon editor

Editor Features:
1. Editable Layers
2. Merge Layers
3. Move Layers
4. Scale Layers
5. Layer Padding
6. Image Crop
7. Image Editing
8. Mask System
9. Picture Frames
10. Widget Backgrounds
11. Custom Labels
12. Backup and Restore shortcuts
13. Preview modes
14. App backgrounds
15. Share icon/images

How to use:
You start by deciding if you want a standard sized icon or a large sized icon. For large icons you must set a widget on your home screen in the desired size. For a standard sized icon just start the app and select an activity. Once you have your activity selected you can go to the editor screen which is the place where you make all your adjustments.

Main Toolbar (Top):
The top toolbar houses the tools selector and layers. Tap the wrench to select from different sets of functions to use to make and manipulate you icon/image. The layers can be selected independently for editing as well as be hidden. By using the included merge function you can create a very complex icon design.

Secondary Toolbar (Bottom):
This toolbar holds your editing functions. The first toolbar holds you image options. These include scale, rotate, move, and image editing. The image editing function is an advanced feature where you can tint, edit brightness, add drop shadows, add many other things. The second toolbar contains your layer options such as adding image from icon packs, cropping images from gallery, camera, or texture packs, mask system that can be used as shape masks or picture frames, and the merge function. The third toolbar contains your widget options. This includes selecting activity to launch, shortcut text options, view padding, and widget backgrounds. The last toolbar is the extra options toolbar. These options include preview modes, app backgrounds which will change the editor background or main app area background, backup and restore options which can also be reached from the menu in the top right corner as well, and the share function so you can share your creations with friends, Facebook, or any other option.

We provide assets that can be used with Wizard Cut. This is a growing library of tools and resources that can be used to create more complex designs. If you have any issues please email us first as we will promptly make changes. Any other feedback is always appreciated and welcome. Please enjoy.

Recent changes:
10/4/2013
Added in trial for premium options
Fix for buy now

4/11/2013

Bug Fixs
- Fix for saving transparency with imported images.
- Fix for properly deleting backed up icons

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A Google User
Sep 19, 2014
Useless
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
Great Great app to change your icon's completely. But u also need to download the icon pack to give you a variety.
A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
Crashes when loading apps list. Please fix. Galaxy Note 3
A Google User
Aug 25, 2014
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A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Buggy There's a lot of apps that I can't create icons for. Well I can, but launching the app with a new icon will crash the application. Play Store and Contacts in particular. Therefore unable to create uniformed icon grid that includes these most used apps.