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Icon Pack for Android : Customize your Android Phone

An icon pack is simply an application that replaces all your icons with customized once. You can find loads of them in the Google Play Store. Don’t worry the installation is really easy. You just need to select the icon pack in your launcher (laucher compatibility varies according to icon pack, so you’ll have to check out each one individually) and you’re done.

Sometimes there will be no simple APK to install. In these cases, you will need to download and apply the icons individually, which is a bit more complicated. This approach is therefore only recommended for the more advanced users who seriously love their icons. This list just includes the apps that are easy to apply.

Note : Most icon packs require that you have a launcher running on your device. If you don’t have one yet, we recommend Nova, Apex, which can be installed from the Play Store.

icon_256x256Nova Launcher :

The highly customizable, performance driven, home screen
Accept no substitutes! Nova Launcher is the top launcher for modern Android, embracing full Material Design throughout. Here!


Apex Launcher :

Apex Launcher helps you create a customized homescreen experience on your Android (4.0+) device. here!




1. Saturate

Icon Pack for Android saturate-free-icon-pack

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Strong splashes of color where they are wanted. Desaturated where they are not.

Desaturated colors leaving only red and orange tones with highest quality iconography, hundreds of matching wallpapers included, and full launcher support for all popular launchers!

Saturate is an icon pack that is described as “splashes of color where they’re wanted, and desaturated where they’re not.” It’s an interesting take on an icon pack, but things actually look very nice. The desaturated colors leave lots of orange and yellow tones, which look beautiful with the many matching wallpapers that come with the pack.


2. Polycon

Icon Pack for Android polycon-icons

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Unique, Creative & Material. Polycon is here to fit your needs for material iconography. Every icon in Polycon follows the Google Design Spec with a few minor changes to ensure Polycon sticks out when compared to other Material icon packs. Give your device a new look, try Polycon! After all, it is free.

For a stock Android experience with some pizazz, Polycon comes in handy. Its icons are sleek, but have nice, noticeable touches that make them flourish in combination with pretty much any wallpaper. A major plus is that there are currently over 500 icons, so you’re unlikely to find yourself with unpalatable and incongrous missing icons, and there’s an icon request feature built in, for any that might not yet be covered.


3. Min

Icon Pack for Android min

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Introducing Min. Designed to be small, Min can be used on its own or as a complement to another pack. From SixtyFour ThirtyTwo.

Min is minimalist icons that keep things small and out of the way, it is a great icon pack for all those who like minimalist thing, it is neat and have a sleek design.




Icon Pack for Android
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