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My guess would be that your layer has an outer glow effect., which stays on after you have removed the background. I suppose you have saved it in the "Interlaced" mode for PNG aswell.
try googling 'dark black grunge texture' then on Photoshop use selected texture and in the layers panel select Multiply or reduce the opacity slightly (10 -20%). Remember to have a black background colour.
the easiest way would involve doubling the height of the image, copying and transform flip vertial and put it above it but that does mess with the pattern abit giving it that mirror look. you can also google for seamless pattern photoshop which will have you duplicating the layer and positioning it 50% and feathering between them. the problem is you have a ...
This will be very easy for you. Photoshop CC, all cloud based software around $20 US a month GIMP is free and very close to the above Fast way to alter color of each icon: Upload icons Go to "layer style" then "color overlay" Pick color Save again as PNG This way, your icon will recolor and your background stays transparent.
a PSD is a photoshop file. Here is a list of Free Adobe Photoshop Alternatives. This will be the best way to alter your icons.
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