At the beginning of this month, we teased the upcoming Domo icon pack from kovdev, better known as our friend and occasional DL Show participant Dave Kover. His icon packs are well known throughout the Android community, and Domo will certainly add to his reputation as an icon artist. (more…)
“What’s that wallpaper?” “Wallpaper please.” “I do want that wallpaper.” I think someone even recreated it from the video. Yes, I’m talking about the wallpaper I shouldn’t have exposed in last night’s AcDisplay video. Never have I seen such a response to a wallpaper that I wasn’t allowed to share. But that’s how it always works, right?
Here at DL, we have become fans of Roman Nurik’s latest creation, the Muzei live wallpaper. It lets us forget all of those hours of heated internal debate on deciding which wallpaper looks the hottest, and has essentially claimed its rightful place on most of our home screens.
Yet still, Nurik has only partially solved the whole problem with his newest app, because even now, we have to decide between hordes of different third party Muzei extensions, a problem I think we don’t mind having. The app displays wallpapers in such a beautiful way and there are so many good extensions already, that it’s quite fun seeing each outdo each other.
Which are the best five for the month of March? Let’s check them out.
If you caught Wednesday night’s Droid Life Show, and last week’s Droid Life Show, you might have heard us mention an upcoming icon pack from kovdev, titled Lumos. The pack is now live on Google Play and it’s the best way to breathe new life into a device. As long as you are sporting a third party launcher such as Apex, Nova, or Action Launcher that allows the applying of icon packs from Google Play, then you will definitely want to check this one out. (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…)
Last night, kovdev published a brand new icon pack titled Stark to Google Play. The pack is colorful and full of cleanly squared off icons, over 850 in total. If you haven’t bought one of Dave Kover’s packs before, you will find that he is constantly releasing bi-weekly updates and also takes icons requests. If you notice your favorite app isn’t already in there, you can politely ask for it. On top of the icons, Stark also comes with a pack of 10 wallpapers, each complimenting the icons quite well.
The pack costs $1.79 on Google Play, a reasonable price for some very high quality icons and wallpapers. Go grab it and let us know what you think.
Play Link ($1.79)
Our friends over at kovdev recently launched their newest work, Versicolor to Google Play. Kovdev is responsible for great work like Lustre and Tersus, that we have featured countless times in our screenshots here on the site.
Versicolor brings that same clean, minimal-feel, but with a touch of color surrounding the borders of each icon. There are different color packs to choose from and some are even free (like DL Pink), so finding one that fits your tastes is easier than ever. As a bonus, each different color pack comes with matching wallpapers.
They have offered up 20 of their new icon packs for our readers, so let’s skip the nonsense and get right to it. (more…)
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. (more…)