Icon packs that you must have on your Android device…Round Three
I’m an icon addict to the point of where I really need some serious intervention. But don’t call anyone quite yet, because you might just enjoy what I’m fixing to show you. Once you see what I have to show off, then you can decide if a phone call is warranted or not.
That’s right, I’m going to show you some of the newest, hottest, most amazing icon packs in the Google Play Store today that you need to have installed on your mobile device. These icons packs will make your phone scream with pleasure and will get everyone asking; “What awesome icon pack is that you’re using?”
You can check out some of our older posts on this same subject here: Android Icons You Must Have as well as my other two editions of this post here: Icon Packs You Must Have(Round One) and here: Icon Packs You Must Have(Round Two)
The good thing about the icon packs that I’m going to show you today is that they are so very simple to install and easy to set on your device. And when you do get them set on your device, they will theme your homescreen icons as well as all of your icons in your app drawer. That way everything looks nice, neat and uniform. Now, without further adieu, let’s get to all the jaw dropping awesomeness that you’ve come here to see.
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Aloha by Will Windham(StealthyChief)
Aloha by StealthyChief is an exceptionally well put together icon pack of over 1,650 custom made icons with a retro and tropical style that were influenced by the beautiful scenery of Hawaii. Will Windham has done an exceptional job of custom making so many of the icons majority of us use on a daily basis, and with the unique colors, icon images and everything else, Aloha is just another example of who much he pays attention to detail.
Priced at $1.99, Aloha gives you the icon masking feature as well as 10 HD wallpapers, Muzei Wallpaper support, support for most of the known launchers and it even gets weekly updates every Friday.
Astero by Ekky Pramana(PinkNoze Studio)
PinkNoze Studio has been around for a bit, but Astero is the first icon pack of theirs that I’ve used. What might appear as your standard every day round icon with a shadow, Astero, by Ekky Pramana isn’t exactly that. Yes, it’s round and it has a shadow, but the shadow isn’t a long shadow going from the middle of the icon to the bottom corner so to speak. The shadow stays at the bottom, which you don’t see a lot of right now. Something slightly different which is nice.
For only $1 in the Play Store, you’ll get 650+ custom HD icons made at 144 x 144px, 9 HD wallpapers, a theme dashboard, icon request tool and frequent updates.
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