Deal: Download premium Android icon packs for free for a limited time

If you’re into customization, you should definitely check out these premium icon packs – they’re free, but not for long!

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10 best icon packs for Android (by developer)

10 best icon packs for Android (by developer)

January 7, 2017

One of the biggest advantages of Android over Apple’s iOS is the customization. Not only can you rearrange apps and widgets precisely the way you want it, but you can also download third-party launchers and icon packs to give your phone a completely new look. The only drawback is that most of these apps cost money usually. Well, maybe not: thanks to a special promotion going on right now, you can download some of the most popular icon packs for free in the Play Store. Hurry though because these deals will expire in the coming days!

You might want to hurry because these deals will expire in the coming days!

Six: Equipped with more than 980 blue flat circle icons, it brings a Nokia 6 look to your device. It supports over 30 launchers including Apex, Nova, and Solo. The deal ends in less than 20 hours as of this article’s publication.

Lanting: Boasts over 2,500 custom icons and 90+ cloud-based wallpapers. All app icons are rounded squares, which the developer says were developed on “vector graphic to give unique look to your screens.” The sale will end at the end of the day tomorrow.

S8 UX Amaze and Aspire UX S8: Both are icon packs inspired by the official UX icons found on devices like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 – minimalist squircles. While they support launchers like Nova, Apex, and ADW, they will not work with Samsung’s TouchWiz launcher. They are both free for the next two days.

Nougat Square: Exactly that – there are more than 1,000 flat vector-designed, square-shaped icons, which the developer says will be updated weekly. It works with pretty much any launcher that has icon pack support, and the deal ends in five days.

So there you have it. Most of these icon packs weigh around 15 MB or less, meaning that you can always download all of them while they’re free and delete them later. Do you use a third-party launcher on your Android device? How much are you willing to pay for icon packs? Let us know by leaving a comment below!