Icon packs that you must have on your Android device
Sticko by GSeth
Sticko by GSeth(aka Gaurav Seth) is something completely different from all the other icon packs I’m showing off today. Yes, they represent stickers and they do that very well. Sticko was an icon pack that was long in the making as there was a bit of work to do. Unlike most icon packs, Sticko doesn’t use the usual icon mask or icon back features. These were all done custom, one by one.
Sticko includes 2,240+ icons, 62 cloud based HD wallpapers and an icon request tool for any icons you might find on your device(s) that aren’t themed. Plus, there is also a matching Sticko Zooper Widget for free you can download separately.
YAFI by Yackovsky
YAFI, or Yet Another Flat Icons, is a set by Yackovsky(aka Jacek Malinowski) and in a way they are just that, another set of flat icons that we’ve been seeing for quite some time now. However, don’t let the name or that statement fool you, because they aren’t like all others. A lot of custom work has gone into YAFI as far as the actual app icon work, plus all the coloring of each icon too.
You can pick up YAFI from the Play Store for about $2.49 and with it you’ll get 1,000+ icons with a resolution of 192 x 192 each, 2 exclusive wallpapers that Jacek made, as well as 24 white dock icons and a matching analog clock widget to go with it. One hell of a great deal for some amazing work that Jacek puts together in all of his icon packs.
Please note that these are some of my favorite icon packs currently and ones that I suggest everyone take a close look at. One thing I do ask is that if you purchase any or all of these from the Play Store, please make sure to leave a few words of encouragement for the developer praising them on their hard work that they have put into making these icons and making our mobile devices so amazing looking.
Also don’t forget to leave a 5-star rating. There’s really no reason why you shouldn’t as they all certainly deserve it. If you have any issues, please hit the Email Developer button near the bottom of the Play Store listing and I can almost guarantee you that you’ll get a response from the developer and they will help you in any way they possibly can as they want to earn that 5-star rating from you.
This is something that’s very important and it only encourages them to continue doing what they are doing to make our devices that much more awesome in the near future.
Let us know in the comments what you think of any or all of these icons and if you have some you’d like for us to showcase, let us know that too and we will certainly take a look at them.
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