Over the last few months, we’ve been bringing you some of the goodies from these sales on Google Play Store. There are still many that aren’t aware, so in case you don’t know, the Google Play Store hosts sales regularly. There are so many different kinds of apps, games, icon packs, live wallpapers, etc. that get discounted or even become completely free. This, of course, only happens for a limited time in most cases. Which is why you linking you back to our older articles won’t do you any good. It’d be best to just follow us on any of our social media channels if you’d like to stay updated. Coming to the point now, like every other time, there are many apps on sale in the Play Store. We’ve brought you 5 paid icon packs on sale from this huge selection of discounted and free apps. All of these are free right now, but you should hurry up before they’re not.
1. Bits – Icon Pack Oreo[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.bits.shine.icons”/]
This icon pack is usually available for $0.99 on the Play Store but it’s free right now, of course, which is why it’s on this list. This has to be my favorite of all the icon packs we’d be seeing today. It stands out as unique but it also isn’t so unique that it’s bad. There is no official information about the number of icons but it doesn’t really matter with this one. It provides a uniform look to all of your icons, themed or unthemed. Swiping through your app drawer you’d really have to look to find out the unthemed icons.
2. Mumber – Icon Pack[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rainystudio.mumbericonpack”/]
Nope, haven’t misspelled it, Mumber is the name. This is once again an icon pack that usually goes for $0.99. According to its Play Store page, the pack has “1.150+ Flat Icons” although I doubt their definition of ‘flat’. I wouldn’t call it flat because to me these look like rounded ball icons instead. Not necessarily a bad look. Reminds me of the old Sony app icons, except they seemed a bit metallic, and this has a more rubbery/plastic look to it. It also comes with a set of cloud-based wallpapers like almost every other icon pack and they actually look quite nice with the icons.
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3. Flat Dark – Icon Pack[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rainystudio.flatdarkiconpack”/]
If you’re into some funky looking round icons Flat Dark could be your thing. It’s developed by the same guys (or girls) who designed the Mumber icon pack so there are “1.150+ Flat Icons” once again. Once again, I don’t agree. These are basically Mumber icons in a different color scheme and wrapped in a thick circular boundary. They are also priced at $0.99 normally.
4. Nougat Square – Icon Pack[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rainystudio.nougatsquareiconpack”/]
Once again, coming from the same developers as the previous two paid icon packs, A1 Design, Nougat Square contains “1.150+ Flat Icons.” Only this time I’ll agree. These are as flat as it can get. As the name suggests, these are sharp-cornered square icons based somewhat on the AOSP Android Oreo icons. If you wanted adaptive square icons for your apps this would probably be the icon pack you should choose. If you haven’t noticed the trend already, Nougat Square normally sells for $0.99.
5. Oval – Icon Pack[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kandara.ovaliconpack”/]
This one is usually available for $1.49 so it’s more expensive than the others on this list, but not right now. Currently, it is as free as any of the others, as free as it can get. The icons have a peculiar shape though as you may have guessed from the name. These look like someone took the squircle shape, stretched it vertically, and made it slightly taper towards the top. The icons are pretty standard barring a few app icons here and there that don’t look very similar to their original icons.
You get 4200+ icons with this one, possibly more than the other four combined. Now that should explain the usual price I suppose. It also offers the most number of wallpapers, 40+, as is listed on its official Play Store page.