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The common way to show data on a phone is reorder all the data from columns to rows. You can find several libraries to do that, just search for "responsive tables". For example "reflow" Table: Reflow And just for a reference , you can also read this: 10+ Solutions for Responsive Data Tables Regarding the different platforms, yes, you should stick to them ...
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.
It really doesn't matter, as there is no right or wrong. It's just a matter of choice. But personally, I think an "icon" should represent the application, not the other way round. So the design of the app should come first.
3D Applications, like Blender, Maya, Modo etc. are as good as After Effects for mocking up things like this. Perhaps better in some regard, altough typography is typically easier in After Effects. 2 dimensionality is after all just a subset of 3D. Slap in a orthographic camera and you are set You may need to work on the workflow a bit upfront. So saving ...
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