Apr 14, 2017 12:30 AM EDT
Part of the greatest things using an Android smartphone is the ability to customize the appearance on your own. There are a lot of themes available out there and Android users can pretty much download and install them right away. But for those who like a bit more freedom and options, with Android there will always be a way.
Changing wallpapers is common and easy, just select the wallpaper (or photo) and set it as your wallpaper for either home screen, locked screen or both. But changing the icons can be a bit tricky since not all icons are available for the substitute (other than its default version) especially when the app is relatively new. Apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube will definitely have many alternative icons that can be used for customization for certain themes since these are popular apps.
But this shouldn't be any issues since icons presentation will adapt to the phone system and theme accordingly. Your creativeness will decide which one is suitable for your taste and overall, it's your own phone and you are the one who will decide what is better. Here is the good news if you wanted more - Google Play is currently throwing a super promotion on paid icon packs, and they are all free.
The price of these icon packs is usually started from $1 and above - and now they are all cost you zero dollar. Here are the icon packs, there are 6 of them : Nucleo UI Icon Pack, Dream UI Icon Pack, Under Blue Icon Pack, Tea Blue Dark Icon Pack, Redox Icon Pack, and Krix Icon Pack. You can check them all out and download them right away. It is still unknown until when will Google Play will waive the fee, but it is advisable to download them before it's too late.
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