MyColorScreen’s Themer is now available on Google Play for those of you interested in the design sharing site’s take on an automated theme application. As of now, it’s still in closed beta, meaning you have to sign-up to receive a code that can unlock the app’s capabilities. It’s also free, so you may as well download and sign-up to get your name on the list. Thankfully, we received a code this morning and have since filmed an entire tour of the app and its features. You’ll find all of the details, including that video below. (more…)
We have been testing a new icon pack over the last couple of days that we are delighted to share with you this morning, as it is now live on Google Play. It’s called Axis, and it brings you the super trendy shadow effect that so many icon packs are using these days (as seen in packs like Nox), along with a perception of depth and this really cool vintage feel. This is a keeper, folks. (more…)
We’re back with another episode of our ongoing Icons and UCCW series. This is the 5th installment, which I believe includes some of the finest work we have seen to date. The number of quality icon packs and UCCW skins continues to impress with each round of submissions. Creative folks, great work once again. (more…)
So, we decided to start labeling these to keep better track of them going forward. Welcome to the “Icons and UCCW” series that will hopefully continue to become a regular feature here at Droid Life. We casually tossed out a handful of icon packs and UCCW clock skins that had come across our desk a few weeks back, and many of you seemed to enjoy them, even asking for more. Here we are some four episodes later with more clocks and icons than we know what to do with. And you know what, we’re really enjoying it all.
This is our little chance to highlight the amazing work that clock and icon designers are out there putting in. Since it can be tough to navigate through the thousands of entries in the Play store at times, we hope this helps you focus in on the quality stuff – the stuff you’d like placed on your home screen. (more…)
To help take you into the weekend, we thought you could use a handful of icon packs, wallpapers, and UCCW clock skins for your next device makeover. What better way to spend one of your last summer weekends than in front of your phone, geeking out on some icon shading? Yeah, we thought you’d be down. (more…)
Icon packs, when coupled with third party launchers, are a quick and painless way of giving your device a new look and feel. Our good friend Dave Kover, aka kovdev, released yet another icon pack that we feel could be one of his best yet. His previous works, which we have featured before are Tersus, Lustre and also Stark. The newest pack is called Nox and it brings a very interesting vibe to anyone’s homescreen. (more…)
A week ago, we posted up a set of UCCW clock widget skins that we are really into, along with an icon pack or two that we also thought you might enjoy. Since it was well received, and this community always seems to be looking for a new way to customize their Android device, we thought we’d drop another set on you. In today’s lineup, we have three icon packs, four UCCW skins, and three wallpapers that should turn your device into the fresh tech is was born to be.
In the top image, you are looking at Elegante UCCW skin paired up with Click UI icons. Below, (from left to right) you are looking at Circular Emotions skin next to a setup with Stark icons, a Stark wallpaper, and the minimal iOS 7 clock. In the very bottom image, you’ve got Phlat icons, with MNML Digital skin, and a wallpaper I can’t seem to get enough of.
Links to everything can be found below. (more…)
We’re always on the hunt for some of the best looking clocks, skins, icon packs, and wallpapers, something you probably know if you have participated in any of our “Show Off Your Home Screens” days. But since we recently ran one of those special events, we’re not ready to fully launch into a share everything post. Instead, we thought we toss out a few of our favorite UCCW clock skins of the moment. (more…)