Icon packs that you must have on your Android device…Round Two

Icon packs that you must have on your Android device…Round Two

Veronica by Squared Lab

Veronica Icon Banner

Veronica icon pack is something a bit simple, yet clean and very attractive looking. It’s also from a developer I hadn’t ever heard of, Squared Labs, until they contacted me asking me to review their work. Veronica is yet another squared icon with rounded corners, and the coloring is what sets them apart. As you see, you get different shades of standard colors that you normally don’t see, and that’s exactly what I like about these icons.

The Veronica icon pack currently consists of 550+ custom made icons, a full dashboard as well as cloud-based support for wallpapers. You get all of this for just $1.34 plus you’ll also get dynamic calendar icon support and the ability to request icons that may not be themed, and then you will probably see them in an upcoming update.

Veronica Screenshot


Nytrae Icons by Lizandro Flores

Nytrae Icon BannerNytrae icons by Lizandro Flores are one of those icon packs that I keep going back to over and over again. The seven sided polygon shape is just something you don’t normally see. Then throw in the fact that there’s actually a polygon inside the polygon and each one has their own background, this really sets the icon off, big time.

Nytrae currently comes with 600+ custom made icons as well as the icon masking feature as well as 13 custom made wallpapers. You can also find more wallpapers via the sets Drive support as well as the ability to request icons for any of those that aren’t themed currently. All of this for just $1.16 making it something you certainly should scoop up today.

Nytrae Screenshot

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I'm an avid Linux user, that's addicted to music, electronics, the internet, computers, Android and everything tech related! I'm the Founder/Chief Editor of <a href="http://techdissected.com">TechDissected</a>. I'm currently rocking a Moto X and a Moto G, with a Nexus 7 as well. Things that get me through each day: My son, my girlfriend, Nutter Butter cookies and gallons of sweet tea. If it beeps or makes noise, I'm interested. Gadgets and Gizmos are my specialty.

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8 Comments

  1. Troy Kistler
    June 25, 07:36 Reply

    What is the theme being used in both of these icon packs? The weather widget is so cool and I can’t find it.

  2. chrism1113
    June 25, 19:52 Reply

    I want to know the Theme and weather widget too! How do you get it??

  3. Cliff Wade
    June 25, 20:14 Reply

    There is no theme being used. Completely stock with Nova Launcher Pro being used.

    The weather widgets are from Bill Miller(has a Star Trek looking profile image) but I have heavily modified them to my liking. The names of the widgets are All Over The Place and Widget’d.

  4. Cliff Wade
    June 29, 19:40 Reply

    @disqus_P0RFIxHvzD:disqus The wallpapers are random from an app in the Play Store by the name of Muzei Live Wallpaper. There are many extensions that go with it, such as the Romain Guy extension and the Reddit Extension.

    You install the Muzei Live Wallpaper app, then the extensions and those extensions act as sources of where it pulls wallpapers from. You can have it change your wallpaper at many different intervals, such as 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours or whatever.

    One of the best apps I’ve discovered in a long time, and it’s written by a Google employee.

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