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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.


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!

  • The freedom! I can change everything everytime i get boring of something or appears something better. I like to try rooms, themes, icons, wallpapers, etc. I cant do that with my Ipad2 even whit jailbreak, So I am very happy with my S3 and it’s my four android device after a optimus one, a galaxy player and an asus tf101.

  • When my buddy got the OG Droid on launch day, and another friend of ours was so excited about it that he snatched it away and immediately looked up porn on it. He was excited about the possibilities of mobile porn. He then clicked one some gay porn links and bookmarked them in the phone and gave it back. Since my friend had just gotten the phone, it took him a few minutes to figure out how to get rid of it and we had a good laugh about it 🙂

  • docnok

    Buying the HTC Droid DNA on launch day. My first launch day snag. The anticipation of getting a great phone only minutes after the FedEx guy took it off the truck. They hadn’t even finished counting how many they had gotten when they were scanning mine at the register 😉

  • BikerBob1789

    finding cool stuff on mycolorscreens and then making it my own

  • Brandon Hadley

    My favorite android experience was shortly after I went to the droid incredible from the HTC Eris. I initially scoffed at android but after using it for just a few days. I was completely hooked and the realization that I would probably never use another phone software again hit me. It’s my favorite because it was a turning point for me in how I viewed phones

  • BangIShotYou

    The tinkering. Oh how I love the tinkering. Want root? Want custom recovery? Want a different kernel? Want a different ROM? Want a different launcher? Etc. You can do all that, because Android let’s you tinker easily enough.

  • jpxa

    When I got my Nexus 4 my roommate hid it before i got home from work. My favorite android experience will be today, bc his Nexus 10 arrives, and I plan on taking the box and roughing it up a lil, and then hiding the 10 in some closet.

  • Adam Howland

    Having access to icon packs like this one. Customizability!

  • I love the feeling you get when you finish making adjustments to a new phone, and everything feels just right. Sometimes happens when you move icons around or clean out junk. Everything just feels right at your fingertips. It’s that combination of complete customizability, and power.

  • I’d have to agree with others, and say the first time booting into CWM on a device. It’s like an invigorating breath of fresh air gushes out of the phone/tablet.

  • Roshan John

    My favorite part of the Android experience (which happens to be unique to Android at this time) – Google Now.

  • bitch_please

    My favorite Android experience was upgrading from Gingerbread to ICS, my phone looks miles better and feels like new.

  • Widgets/customizable homescreen

  • Customizing my homescreen…I love changing it around when I feel like it.

  • Sean

    Coming from an HTC windows phone, my first Android device was the HTC Incredible. I went that route because I had been pleased with HTC’s build quality as well as the Sense experience. The first time I flashed a stock ROM, I was blown away. I’ve stuck to custom ROMs that stick close to stock ever since.

  • shcommish

    My favorite thing is when my husband’s iPhone can’t do something my Galaxy Nexus can!

  • The realization how awesome AOSP is.. Had the OG Droid then went to the Tbolt and then to the GNex. Just makes you realize how things are supposed to be.

  • MY favorite experience with Android is tinkering. Ever since I began rooting and romming and messing with Tasker, I can make my phone exactly how I want it.

  • valapsp

    An iDroid fight in our family 😀

  • Cristi Istrate

    The posibilities are endless

  • Jonathan Parnell

    Making my phone personally mine…thinking that I’m a unique snowflake

  • Ive always liked going from my SGN to my friends and families skinned devices to see all of the differences, etc

  • Josh

    What is that wallpeper used in the images in the post?

  • My favorite android experience is actually converting my formerly iPhone toting parents to Android. They love their new phones, and while they still have a lot of questions about how to do things. At least now I’m able to help them and I don’t mind doing it.

  • google now is by far the the most interesting on my new nexus 7..:)

  • Cory Mucino

    My favorite android experience has got to be flashing new ROMs! I absolutely love the feeling of having a new phone (kinda) every time you flash a new and different ROM. 😀

  • Customizability and openness.

  • mattxl

    Taking a phone and making into YOUR phone is one of the greatest things ever. Want more access and customization? Root it. Really want tweak the crap out of it? Install a custom rom. The possibilities never end.

  • How much i have grown to love Google Now

  • Zach Tanksley

    I love android for one major yet silly reason. Widgets. Case in point I was talking to a friend who was frustrated with flipping between their two email accounts on their iphone. I showed them that I could scroll through both my email lists on my DNA on the same homepage. Needless to say the little things make big impacts and they were sold.

  • SnowBabie

    unlike iPhone’s I love having choices of what type an size phone I have, not just one.. I like being able to customize it to my liking. I love the Android Community also!

  • antwonw

    Showing to my iPhone and non-Jelly Bean friends how awesome Google Now is. How it gives me the sports scores, weather for where we’re at plus at home and so much more. They are all amazed!

  • Andrew Briare

    The Android platform is actually what set me off into the development world. Once it was capable of running live wallpapers, I KNEW I had to make one. I am a 3D artist professionally, and have always been interested in the world of programming.

    After I had been let go from my job, I figured I finally had enough free time to teach myself Java – and I did. I managed to get my first app up and running quite smoothly and I plan on releasing many more in the near future. I hope everyone likes what I have done.


  • Mikey C.

    Custom Custom Custom launchers, Im amazed at and love the varations of what everyone can make.

  • David Elisha

    Getting Rid of my HTC Thunderbolt and Getting an S3

  • Bigwavedave25

    Learning to make my own flashable mods that can be shared with others. Ah, community 🙂

  • Vyrlokar

    My favorite Android experience is being able to customize my device so much that another person with the same device won’t recognize it.

  • The functionality that Google put in android, and the aesthetics I can add just by installing launchers, in don’t care about my info being used, I don’t have anything to hide. Rooting is also so useful, especially since Google listens to the crowd and implements stuff from mods like cynanogen. I also loooooove the selection of phones and OEMS.

  • My favorite Android experience would have to be every single thing, but if I had to only choose one, I would choose Android’s awesome customization ability. Android’s customization ability is more than just changing the wallpaper and ringtones, you can add a whole bunch of widgets, add launchers which completely changes the UI and adds more features, root it and flash custom rom’s and tons more!

  • dancedroid

    this isn’t necessarily just android, but i showing off my Andy Multiplied CruzerLite case to people and showing them how awesome my EvoLTE is.

  • maxkobi

    my best moment would be finally switching my little apple loving brother over into an SGS3, he loves it, root and all, and will never go back!

  • I love nexus and more nexus. No need to anything but direct from the source.

  • My favorite Android experience is also the most scary. It’s that point where you nearly brick your phone – it won’t boot, it won’t run, it won’t do anything that it’s supposed to – and somehow, you bring it back from the dead. And then that moment when the homescreen comes up and it works like it should. Best feeling ever! 🙂

  • Trevor

    My favorite Android experience is NEXUS!!

  • Google Now is just sick!

  • dodger55fan

    My favorite Android experience was the first day I woke up with Google Now … had the easiest (and such a surprising) time navigating to work that morning 🙂

  • jp1044

    My best Android experience was when I released my first ROM for the Droid Bionic. I never thought people would like my work so much. Here’s a tip if you ever get into developing though: It all pays off in the end. You think people won’t like it? You’re probably wrong.

  • Being able to settle arguments at A moments notice is the best experience

  • J. Wolf

    For me, it’s when I unlock and then root my phone for the first time. Once that is done, the sky is the limit.

  • Dean Milord

    I went camping in North FL during the fall of 2011. Two of my best friends both had iPhone 4s. And were iSheep true and true. I showed up with my [rooted] Droid X (!!!). I was not only one of the few people to have any service. But I also provided them with data through Wi-Fi tether, LOL.
    The following year with their contract ending the switched over and now both of them have Droid Razr Maxxes!! And are never looking back to iOS again.