It’s been a bit since we’ve featured an icon pack here on the site, and for that, I apologize. You know how much we love customization here, so it’s only right that we continue to spotlight great work. Pixly, from Google+ user and Android developer, Stealthychief, is an awesome new release that absolutely deserves mention. It fits right in with all the Pixel 2 coverage you’ve seen here lately, as that’s exactly the device that inspired it.
Pixly: 1800+ minimalistic icons
Pixly is jam-packed with over 1800 minimalistic icons, hand-crafted with attention to detail you won’t find in most other Pixel-style icon packs available. The icons are bright, beautiful, and full of popping colors, and they look nice on just about any wallpaper you use.
The icon pack also comes with a number of bonus features, like wallpapers, weekly updates, and icon masking, all wrapped in a user-friendly, Material Design application. There are also a bunch of Pixel 2-style widgets, bringing your non-Pixel 2 devices even closer to full-on “Pixly” eutopia.
Even cooler, Stealthychief has a Google+ Community, Stealthychief Themes, where you can connect with him, learn more about his work, and find links to his other offerings on Google Play. He’s also on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, if you’d like to connect on one of those networks, instead.
Stealthychief is no stranger the world of Android development. He’s been in the game since 2011, and after a bit of a hiatus, he’s finally back in the mix and pumping out fresh, gorgeous icon packs. Pixly is one of his most recent releases and runs $1.99 on the Play Store. It’s also on sale right now for $0.99 to celebrate the launch of the Pixel 2, I’m assuming. There are about 5 days left to grab the pack at half price before it goes back up.
Happy customizing, friends!