If you’re like me, you appreciate a fine set of Android icons. Ream, from Justin Kruit and Gabriel Zegarra, is exactly that. It’s a collection of colorful, vibrant, and shapeless icons, and it’s also one of my current favorite packs available.
Ream features over 300 hand-crafted icons, all of which are inspired by Google’s Material design guidelines. The developers offer support for most of the mainstream launcher apps, including Nova, Action, and ADW. They also have a Google+ community set up, which allows users to submit feedback and request new icons and features.
What I really enjoy about Ream is that the icons sit well on pretty much any wallpaper you use. Often times, you need to find a wallpaper that’s cohesive with the look and feel you’re trying to pull off. With Ream, it doesn’t matter which way you go. They look great on both light and dark wallpapers and perfectly compliment the pure AOSP experience on my Pixel 2.
If you’d like to check Ream out – and I highly recommend you do, if you’re even halfway serious about customization – I’ve thrown a link down below you. The pack runs $1.49, which is less than the cost of an adult beverage. And don’t forget, it’s pretty easy to get free money to spend on Google Play, so you have no excuses here.
As always, we recommend showing love to the Android development community in the form of your financial backing. Without them, this operating system wouldn’t be half of what it is today. And besides, you also get a gorgeous icon pack in return for your hard-earned dollars.
And for the sake of being objective, if I must point out one flaw with Ream, it’s only that I wish there were more icons included. Luckily, Justin and Gabriel are actively pumping out updates, so the catalog should grow as time passes.
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