Have you ever thought that there might be a reason Android users brag about their customizability? Sure, as an iPhone user, you can add and configure apps, change your wallpaper, and otherwise make yourself feel at home. But at the end of the day, you’ve only changed a few small details. If you happen to have jailbreaked your iPhone and are enjoying Cydia, you can do more. But users with stock iOS are able to do much less. Don’t believe me?
Have you installed iOS 7 on your Android yet? No? Well, that’s probably for the best, but it doesn’t mean you can’t get your chance to enjoy the iOS 7 look without an iPhone.
A smartphone is a very personal piece of kit — so why should your phone look just like mine?
Looking to beautify your Android icons, but don’t want to pay money? I tested out a large number of free custom icons packs and found five of the best you can find anywhere — without paying a dime! My criteria for evaluating icon packs focuses on three elements: First, how does the pack handle icons that it lacks an icon for? Second, how aesthetically well-designed do the icons look? Third, how large is the icon library?