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Here’s another way to get a fresh look on your mobile phone or tablet: icon packs! These apps let you change ...
Here’s another way to get a fresh look on your mobile phone or tablet: icon packs! These apps let you change the icons in your device, just in case the familiar becomes an object of contempt. Let’s look at 10 of the more beautiful iconpacks available today.
1. Moonshine (Free)
Moonshine features sexy designs in flat or shadowed styles. These icons boldly go where the rumored Google apps redesign will hopefully follow. There are more than 395 vector designs and 17 cloud-based wallpapers with regular updates.
2. Axis ($1.99)
This pack features more than 1,600 separate 144 x 144 pixel, handcrafted icons and 12 wallpapers in full HD. All pay keen attention to detail, sporting a fairly uniform look all around. It supports Muzei wallpapers and uploads weekly updates.
3. Lumos ($1.99)
Harry Potter? Nah, but it’s almost magical. There are 1,925 icons that have the curves and soft colors that one could almost describe as, well, luminous. It has long shadows and blends easily into the cloud-based wallpapers that come standard. There is not a jarring note in this pack. Well, except maybe the fact that it’s not free.
4. Belle UI (Free)
“Belle” means beautiful, and the 1,250 plus icons certainly live up to the name. It’s light on resources and includes an Android Kitkat-style app drawer. Plus, it’s regularly updated and can be used for free. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have wallpapers.
5. Glasklart (Free)
There are more than 1,070 all-white icons in this pack, and more coming! While they’re mostly monochromatic, they are far from monotonous. Quite a cool set of icons for the minimalist at heart. The creator merely wants acknowledgement, so rate favorably.
6. Domo ($1.98)
The two-toned background gives these more than 1,925 HD icons a depth and feel that works very well with its cloud-based wallpapers and makes the screen pop. It supports Muzei wallpapers and even comes with tutorials for easy installation.
7. Struktur ($1.79)
Admit it, the name is cool. But even cooler is the fact that this pack contains 808 icons that are higher in resolution than usual—even for HD icons-- and it has an unusual textured background that gives the icons depth. It also includes 20 wallpapers as well as icon backs and masks. You can even request an icon of your choosing.
8. Nox ($1.99)
The Nox icon pack yields more than 1,925 HD icons that are brightly colored, offset by long shadows reminiscent of late, lazy afternoons. The cloud-based wallpapers are also favorable to the fashion senses, and it supports Muzei wallpaper to boot.
9. Cryten ($0.99)
Not the most resonant of names, but the pack still packs a punch. It contains 2,000 icons, 50 cloud-based wallpapers, and Muzei wallpaper support. The app also allows icon masking so the unthemed icons won’t feel left out. Sold for a limited period only. If you like modernistic and minimal, pick it up while you still can.
10. Flatro ($1.99)
A pleasing blend of the flat, retro, and minimal. There are more than 1,140 icons in this pack, plus 24 backgrounds that complement each other in unique ways. There is also icon unmasking, PLUS matching Zooper widgets.
In the end…
The icon pack you should get is the one that most appeals to you. But if I were you, I’d try all the free ones before paying up. For any comments, questions, or suggestions, feel free to shoot us a comment below.