We've covered how to get direct access to iOS' settings icons via IconSettings previously. Jeff Broderick's icons take the same approach, but they're much prettier. Just to avoid the confusion that accompanied our original article on IconSettings, this isn't an app; it's technically a bookmarklet. Broderick's icons are particularly pretty, and if you want to take advantage of them, head to brdrck.me/settings on your iOS device, select the icon you'd like control of and choose to either install it (it's an unsigned profile) or add it as a link to your homescreen. It's as simple and neat as that. [brdrck.me via Razorianfly via iPhoneCanada]
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