Best new icon packs for Android (April 2015)


Looking for a quick way to change the looks of your Android device? Apart from changing the launcher, you can also bring a whole new look to your UI by simply changing the default icons with some more compelling ones.

There are a lot of quite awesome and intriguing icon packs for Android - normally, a handful of noteworthy ones appear on Google Play each and every day. However, keeping tabs on all of these is quite a cumbersome task, even for those who are into such things. 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. 

Nevio

Download ($0.99)

If you are looking for a new icon pack that is both stunning and has a high amount of icons inside, look no further than Nevio. With its 1,700 icons, high-res wallpapers, and dynamic calendar support, this suite will give new and aesthetically-pleasing looks to your UI.


Rugos

Download (free)

This free icon pack has 1,352 icons, 40 cloud-based wallpapers, dynamic calendar support, support for Muzei, bi-weekly updates, and much more in store. Pretty good for a free icon pack, no?


Erased

Download ($0.99)

Erased is simple, minimalistic, and sleek icon pack that totes over 1,750 icons, more than 77 cloud-based wallpapers, icon browser, icon request tool, and lots of other features. Works with almost any launcher that supports icon changing.


Upbeat Monsters

Download ($2.20)

This icon pack stands apart from the rest of the bunch with its cartoony icons that will make your UI stand out. Then again, they won't be anyone's cup of tea. The icon packs consists of more than 130 icons and several wallpapers. The icon pack works with the more popular launchers out there (Nova Launcher, Apex Launcher, Aviate Launcher, Smart Launcher, GO Launcher, ADW Launcher, Action Launcher, Holo Launcher).


Encircled

Download ($0.99)

You'd find more than 1,110 icons inside this pack, as well as a neat selection of wallpapers, icon masking feature, and multi-launcher support. As an added bonus, there are variations of some system icon packs.


Materis 

Download (free)

Another noteworthy free icon pack that has more than 450 icons in store,  created with Material Design in mind. This icon pack also comes with of 15 high-res wallpapers, more than 100 dock bar skins, and dynamic calendar support. Works with the popular third-party launchers and will cost you no dime to download and use.


Matterhorn

Download (free)

This icon pack is rocking more than 420 icons and 12 Material Design wallpapers on board. You can use it alongside the following launchers: Action, ADW, Apex, Atom, Aviate, Go, Holo, Inspire, KK, Lucid, Next, Nine, Nova, Smart, Solo, and TSF. 


Square Icon Pack

Download ($0.99)

With more than 1,030 square-shaped icons inside, this icon pack will probably grasp your attention for quite some time. You can use it alongside launchers like ADW, Apex, Holo, Go Laucher, Holo Laucher HD, Nova, Laucher Pro, KK Launcher, Solo Launcher, and others. 


LCD

Download ($2.20)

There are more than 2,200 icons in the LCD icon pack and each one of them has this slight transparent styling that will certainly bring a whole new flavor to the user interface of your Android device. If it looks like something you'd throw your money at, just make sure you have a compatible launcher installed (any of the popular ones will suffice).


Rusty 

Download ($0.99)

Boasting the respectable amount of over 1,400 icons, Rusty aims to leave no app without an unique icon as it also supports icon masking. You can also find 5 wallpapers and dynamic calendar support, which means that as days go by, the icon of your calendar app(s) will dynamically change accordingly.




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3 Comments

1. Grishm

Posts: 54; Member since: May 18, 2012

Most of the icon packs look like they are from Froyo-Gingerbread era. Flat icons are more modern compared to the outdated skeuomorphic ones.

2. javy108

Posts: 1004; Member since: Jul 27, 2014

Rugos are the nice ones from this post and this package is free LOL

3. dipak6691

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 10, 2014

sunshine icons is much better then this you have to try

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