This is a Android icon. We've made it in iOS style, first introduced in iOS version 7 and supported in all later releases up until now (at least iOS 11). This style is based on thin two-pixel lines and is optimized for 50x50 px. Unlike other vector icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this icon pack contains 12,400 icons, all in the same style and quality.
It is a logo of Android which is a icon that looks like a smart phone and in the center it has a robot. The robot has a half circle has a head, a square shape body, and 2 lines for the arms and 2 lines connecting the body as the legs.
Related to Android Icon
Related icons are the icons with matching tags, as well as all mobile icons. All icons are in the same flat style. You can either download free PNG icons or buy SVG vectors
We've received the idea on January 01, 2012 and created the icons on February 13, 2012
Major cellphone OS and a general cellphone icon
Story about Android Icon
Android controls most of the smartphones existing today. In virtually all countries, it has successfully defended its stake against Apple’s operating software giant, iOS. Yup, a million bruised egos of Apple fanboys have just been recorded. The eternal smartphone war has divided the world between iOS users and Android users. Each user is equipped with their smartphone—always ready for combat. Harsh words are constantly thrown here and there, along with creative insults like “garbage” and its entire list of synonyms. We hear “overrated” repeatedly, as the comment section is blown out of proportion. Somewhere out there, a flip phone user is laughing at the world as she nonchalantly sends out a singular text.
It was in 2007 when the green Android robot was launched among humans. Created by graphic designer Irina Blok, the logo was actually derived from the human figure plastered on restroom doors. The robot has since been known to everyone as the Android icon.
The following icons equally represent your Android gadgets:
If you’re in need of other Google product icons, you can get these symbols as well:
And here’s an iOS icon just to stir the pot even more.