While the vast majority of Android consumers use their devices without customizing these at all, a smaller group of Android enthusiasts can hardly go for more than a week before overhauling the appearance of their homescreens. What can we say, we are guilty of that as well! Thanks to the multitude of icon packs arriving weekly on the Play Store, that's as easy as a pie.
This is why we regularly show you the icon packs that have recently made their way to the Play Store and deserve your attention. Have in mind that you'd normally need a third-party launcher in order to change your stock icons with some of the beautiful suites right. Note that as a rule of thumb these are usually compatible with all third-party launchers that support icon packs, such as Nova, Apex, etc.
Here follow the best new ones that have made it to the Play Store so far this summer.
It's easy to spot a quality icon pack - you can tell from the way it is. Arrow is the posterchild example of an icon pack that is seemingly crafted perfectly. Starting from the beautifully-designed vibrant icons that are well over 1,450 and moving to the perfectly-crafted dashboard app, Arrow wants to make sure you enjoy your homescreen every time you aimlessly check your device. We'd say it is pretty successful in this mission of its own.
Arrow icon pack
If you've ever being serious about minimalism, a certain rather popular icon pack named "Min" should have caught your attention. With its minimalist white shape that seamlessly blends within any theme, Min can be safely considered an all-time great, but this doesn't mean it doesn't enjoy lots of competition. Minimal, an aptly named icon pack in the same vein, just recently arrived on the scene, allowing minimalist fans to enjoy their simplistic themes with renewed gusto.
Sacred is different - while the icons are all very different from their original versions, they are truly looking intriguing enough to warrant a mention. There are over 400 icons in Sacred, and the best part is that you will be able to get all of these for free, since the icon pack is available for free of charge at the time of writing.
Simple, colorful, and quite appealing - those are just a few words that describe Mono in a wholesome manner. The small-sized icons are definitely appealing from a certain point of view, and we can't help but compare it with minimalist-styled icon packs that are oh-so-appealing for certain types of setups. There are 1633 or more icons in Mono, which is more than enough to cover all essential and popular apps, and then some.
In the age of adaptive icons and whatnot, good ol' square-shaped icons are still among the more classy ones you can apply on your device. Enceladus is the perfect example for that. This icon pack will treat you to merely 280 icons, but rest assured all of these will feel right at home on your desktop.
Pastel colors are, for the most part, among the most eye-pleasing ones you could get in an icon pack. Masha is just the icon pack for you should you feel the same way - with the exorbitant total tally of over 5,200 icons, this icon pack is well worth the $1.49 its developer asks for it.