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Giveaway: Win One of Ten Tersus “HD” Icon Packs From kovdev (Update: Winners Picked)

Tersus HD

Last month, we gave away ten sets of updated Lustre icons that look gorgeous on these new high-res displays. Today, kodev has updated his highly popular Tersus pack and we have another ten copies to give out. Each individual icon has been upscaled, by hand, to XXHDPI for the ultimate clarity. Inside the pack are over 700 custom icons, which also go along with a fantastic set of wallpapers that many of you constantly email us about. And before you ask, the above pictured wallpaper is in this pack.

Ready to win one? Let’s do this. 

Update: We have picked and emailed our 10 winners. Thanks!

How to enter:

  1. Tell us below in the comments section what your favorite Android experience is.

Winners:

Tomorrow morning at 9AM (PST), we will pick our 10 winners and email them.

If you want to check out Tersus or all of kovdev’s other icon packs, you can find them on Google Play here.

Play Link ($1.49)

Thanks to kovdev for hosting the prizes!

  • http://twitter.com/anjiecai anjiecai

    I like pie (the launcher)

  • http://twitter.com/_now_what Butch Stockon

    Sending your favorite YouTube videos from your Android phone to TV with the touch of a button.

  • Cesar Castro

    My favorite things about android are tablet optimized apps and getting timely updates from Verizon.

  • http://twitter.com/tony_cooper Tony Cooper

    Rooting your phone for the first time. Awesome experience to see all of that potential come to life.

  • http://twitter.com/tony_cooper Tony Cooper

    Seconding the experience of rooting the phone. Definitely a thrill knowing you’re unlocking all that potential!

  • http://www.facebook.com/dilbear Dil Bear

    Getting my first Android phone, the R2D2 Droid 2. Turning that phone on for the first time and being greeted by my favorite droid. :) Have gotten the Droid 4 and the Galaxy Nexus since and still keep my D2 in a drawer.

  • Andres V.

    My favorite part of android was the freedom of the os however now I’m loving more the ease of user and functionally android gives. The addition of Google now had made this experience even better

  • mastaking

    My favorite android experience so far has been creating my own flash able zips. Actually learning things and making this phone mine is amazing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=12416883 Marvin ‘Ducki’ Cross

    My favorite experience is when an Apple user uses the pharse, “Well you don’t NEED your phone to do that.”

  • Sarpedon1069

    Adding custom icons!!!

  • Joseph Morgan

    My favorite moment happens every time I open my phone and someone asks me if I just got a new phone. I just love being able to have a “new” phone every day!!

  • http://twitter.com/mikeGAVINA Mike Gavina™

    my favorite experience…being able to personalize your device. making it my own unlike the idevice

  • john

    My favorite android experience is that I finally have a true
    customizable phone. With my Galaxy s3, I can always discover a new way
    to customize my phone. From the lock-screen to the home-screen, there
    are endless opportunities for me to make my phone one-of-a-kind!

  • jaw_shoe_uh

    Waking up every morning to the sweet melody pumped out by my GSIII… Hello, is it me you’re looking for…

  • http://www.facebook.com/jackbal4 Jack Balfour

    my favorite android experience is seeing a jail broken phone with wierd features that bog down the iphone and make it look super ugly, and thinking, I don’t even need a root to do any of that stuff. tl;dr the customization options

  • jcorf

    I really like having a customized launcher. Nova is legit, especially gestures.

  • Josh

    the best thing about android is no two are alike

  • Skittleoid not a guest

    My custom android experience is all about modding, installing custom ROMs and kernels, and making it my own

  • http://www.facebook.com/c.ghanime Christian Ghanime

    One of my favourite android experiences is to be able to snap a photo, upload it to dropbox and immediately share it with my friends.

  • ohNOOOOOOOO

    I like the fact that I can do whatever I want to whichever files I want!

  • anton

    switching from Iphone

  • Drootz

    Drop down menu notifications

  • SubMatrix

    honestly, anything that the iphone cant do is pretty satisfying.

  • Nadora

    Favorite Android experience: Love my notifications – LED’s in all colors and custom tones for every occasion/app!!

  • rodney11ride

    the fact that i can swipe my phone over card reader at the local taco joint and WaLaa instant payment…

  • calculatorwatch

    My favorite android experience is pressing that little button in the bottom right. I like knowing I have the only OS where I don’t have to press and hold or double click to see my most recent apps.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chtulu21 Frank Drewniak

    My favorite Android experience is being able to root my phone and add any custom rom that is out for my phone.

  • http://twitter.com/SBatesKC Sean ➫

    Google Now package tracking feature. No longer have to dig in emails for all my amazon purchases…. Thank God!

  • gkinsella2

    I love the customization possibilities with Android, even without root. Of course, root gives you more options, thus making the experience that much better! Really like how Google Now is developing as well.

  • David Karpinski

    The rooting and ROMing options. Was very excited to see the newest Paranoid Android article today

  • Austen Armijo

    my favorite experience is being able to do whatever the &#*@ i want with my phones software and UI.:P

  • Mike Strollo

    My favorite android experience is pretty much everything! I’ve always heard how the iOS was so poorly designed, but never experienced it first hand until my company gave us one to replace our blackberry bolds. I’ve been trying to get them to let me use my GNex in its place ever since. Seems like every time I try to do something on the phone… Nope can’t do that on an iPhone. Needless to say I’m going back to my BlackBerry. How pathetic is that!

  • EMcTx

    My favorite Android experience is being able to customize my phone and tablet to my liking.

  • Keyan X

    My favorite experience is breaking my device (via doing something root/ROM related most likely) and not having to freak out :)

    This happens about twice a week

  • http://twitter.com/shinuyuki Ashton Sloane

    My favorite experience is the custom roms that can breathe life into old devices that OEMs refuse to update for greedy reasons.

  • http://twitter.com/abhi2nahi4 Abhi-nay

    Being able to do whatever the hell I want to do with MY phone.

  • GrammarPolice

    My favorite android experience is that I finally have a true
    customizable phone. With my Galaxy s3, I can always discover a new way
    to customize my phone. From the lock-screen to the home-screen, there
    are endless opportunities for me to make my phone one-of-a-kind!

  • Otto Dieffenbach

    7-11 the gnex had only been in my pocket a couple weeks and i had me free $10 in my wallet. I got infront of a big guy holding 2 2liters an assortment of chips and hostess snacks. i was looking at my phone bought my redbull and chips and the guy told me the total i tapped my phone on the pay point (1st try too) and it processed. i said thanks and the the guy behind me who was attempting to fish out a george costanza wallet and not drop anything. as i walked to the doors he said “you gonna let that kid steal?” and the cashier replied “he paid with his phone” and the last thing i heard was “my iphone doesnt do that”. i smiled.

    • Otto Dieffenbach

      still not fully used to jb keyboard swipe i apologize for the mistakes.

  • Justin Winker

    As with many others, customization is a great thing for Android and my experience has largely been based on that. I’ve run many different ROMs over the last couple of years, but I’m loving Paranoid Android right now, and the Pie interface is awesome.

  • Guest

    My favorite android experience is that I finally have a “true” customizable phone. With my Galaxy s3, I can always discover a new way to customize my phone. From the lock-screen to the home-screen, there are endless opportunities for me to make my phone one-of-a-kind!

  • Butters619

    My favorite Android experience is being able to make the phone how I want it and change it up all the time. Whether it’s running CM10, CleanRom, or trying to hack a bunch of pieces of current ROMs together my phone is the way I want it and always fresh and new.

  • tim antoian

    my favorite android experience is completely customizing my phone with root, AOKP rom, testing different themes, and downloading lots of apps. This would be the final touch to completing my phone

  • http://znewman.com/ Zachary Newman

    My favorite Android experience is the limitless possibilities.

  • mydroidphone

    Just loaded Samsung galaxy note II ROM om my razr maxx. Great drive so far…

  • http://twitter.com/BlackTaxi2d BlackTaxi2d

    changing the look of my device every week! i had a work iphone for a while and then i wondered why everyone had the *exact* same setup, because they never change even how the icons are arranged when they first turned the phone on. what a pity.

  • http://twitter.com/Mark_Chs Mark Adams

    Customizing my phone. The beauty of Android is not just being able to change a wallpaper, but change the icons, add widgets, hell even the whole UI can be changed! I don’t keep my phone setup for more than a week at a time. Oh, and “pron” on those big-screened Android phones ;)

  • JNex

    Learning new things through everything Android. I interact with new information on a daily basis with my Nexus 10 and can access it on my GNex if I need to. Everything is always at my fingertips.

  • Camilo Martinez

    My favorite part of the Android experience is the integration of my multiple online presences through the various services that Google offers. By centralizing the services that I use–not only under one account, but all in one device–it makes day-to-day tasks much simpler. The pairing of Google’s products with the functionality/flexibility and sharing capabilities of Android handsets makes for an overall superior user experience in my mind.

  • John Burke

    Favorite Android experience:
    LED Notifications – they’re just indispensable

  • Christian

    My favorite android experience is Google Now, along with android allowing me to do what i want to do to my devices.