10 of the best Android icon packs you can find today (Volume 8)

10 of the best Android icon packs you can find today (Volume 8)

One of the easiest ways to change the look and feel of your Android device is to install a new launcher. And, once you do that, it’s a breeze to swap icons packs in and out to refresh the aesthetics. Prefer a minimal look with white icons? Sweet! Dig that flat and square stuff that feels like Google Now? Get it! Prefer for a nice, rounded icon design? Whatever, dude… it’s your device.

We’ve gathered up yet another 10 of our favorite icon packs to go along with our previous collections. For those counting, this is the eighth post of its kind; see others at bottom of post.

Note that there are a number of launchers for Android and that not all of these may play nice. Our advice is to read the Google Play details and check out the user comments if you aren’t quite sure.

  • Domo – The latest bundle from a favorite designer of ours, this one has 1,650+ high resolution icons, a wallpaper gallery, and support for Muzei. $1.99 
  • Vellum HD – Very high quality icons with much attention to detail; 3D edges and the generally velvet-like appearance. Almost 900 icons deep, you also get 15 wallpapers and a handy dashboard. $1.79
  • Faint – The perfect blend of gradient backgrounds and mostly white icons, the 850+ icon pack is rounded out with a dozen wallpapers, icon masking, and an installation utility. $1.99
  • Peek – Get an actual peek at the app or game by glancing at the icon; rounded corners, see-through designs that have just the right number of colors so as not to feel too busy or minimal. FREE
  • Vibe – Massive at more than 1,400 icons, you’ll also find 10 wallpapers and a dashboard for installation. Excellent balance of colors and designs that closely resemble the original brands. $1.99
  • Flatee – In addition to the nearly 1,000 icons, you’ll also get cloud-based wallpapers, Muzei live wallpaper support, and an analog clock widget. $1.49
  • Rounded Up – More than 1,000 custom icons plus, 150 alternatives, and four dozen generic icons ensure you’ve got your bases covered. Round, flat designs with a great color palette that doesn’t stray. FREE
  • Lyra – A little bit of gradient, a little bit of shadows, a little bit of bevel, and a little bit squared off, you’ll have 650+ icons, 11 wallpapers, and and easy to use dashboard. $1.79
  • Novacane – White icons set a top a handful very basic set of colors, we’re fond of the slight watermark in the back of each one. Minimal without feeling overt about it. $1.45
  • Long Shadow – Using one of the more popular recent trends in icons, this bundle is 800+ strong and growing quickly. One of the better free packs you’ll find. FREE

Be sure to see our other highlighted icon packs

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7 Comments

  1. aqueous solution
    April 11, 14:33 Reply

    I wish icon designers would include icons for organizing, like “Media,” “Photo Apps,” “Device Mgmt,” “Look & Feel,” “Apps to Try,” “File System Tools,” etc.

    • Scott Webster
      April 11, 15:31 Reply

      That’s a great idea! Some do provide those all-encompassing “generic” icons, but text-based ones or something that can be used for folders would be fantastic.

    • Ivan
      May 14, 06:23 Reply

      We actually do: icons8.com/a

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