Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by robiousa, Jan 10, 2010.
Yes, sort of.
With the AnyCut or BetterCut apps, you can create new standard shortcuts with any name you want, even a "blank" one.
The shortcut name can't be truly empty though and requires at least a single space, which unfortunately leaves a grey oval under the shortcut where you'd usually see the white text.
When used with a dark wallpaper, the effect isn't noticeable, but it stands out badly against a lighter colored wallpaper.
You can also try the More Icons widget, that allows for creating shortcuts that are 1/4 the size of the standard icons. These smaller icons have no text or spaces at all under them.