Icon themes are a huge part of Linux. It’s one of the ways users can take a desktop and make it their own. Custom theming is a huge reason that sets Linux apart from the rest of the pack.
There are many ways to personalize your Android smartphone or tablet, from changing the wallpaper, to adding new ringtones or fonts, to installing a custom launcher. You can also do this by installing an icon pack, and you’ll find many great ones here, in our ultimate list of the best icon packs for Android.
One of the most exciting and loved thing about android is that it is highly customizable and thus there in no lack of good high quality icon packs to make your android smartphones look unique and beautiful the way you like but they’re not always free. The app revenues from the Playstore tell how much… Continue Reading →
The leaked screenshots, which were discovered inside the APK of the latest version of Samsung’s Smart Switch application, provide a better look at what we can expect from the user interface of Samsung’s next flagship.
The new build, detailed in a lengthy blog post, adds three key ingredients: new Edge features, the ability to easily resume work after switching PCs, and a downloadable themes store designed to freshen up your PC.
There isn’t any indication whether the Pixel or Pixel XL will have a pressure sensitive screen, so these would likely be launched with some sort of gesture. If that is true, Sorry BGR, but that’s not stealing, it’s innovation.
Android features all sorts of customization, from icons to themes. The brave of you also jump into the waters of XML editing and flashing experimental visual tweaks. It’s safe to say that we all love Android customization, and it remains one of the reasons we pick the platform over any other mobile OS. With Android, your phone can truly be yours because you’ve got full control over the tiniest of its details, as well as an immense repertoire of available launchers, icon packs, and themes. But perhaps the most essential part of an Android launcher is the wallpaper.
You’ve probably also heard of the popular custom launchers: Nova Launcher, ADW, GO Launcher, Action Launhcer and Launcher Pro to name a few. While these launchers offer similar features, including organized app drawers, extra home screens, and a selection of pretty, cohesive themes complete with wallpapers and icon packs, most do little to truly transform your device’s interface. These launchers will leave your device looking decidedly like an Android phone (albeit an attractive, cohesively-themed Android phone).
Some people find the abundance of choice on Android to be simply overwhelming. If you’re one of those people, then Google’s new #myAndroid Taste Test is for you.