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July 13, 2014

Lunar UI Icon Pack Review: Something a little different from Vishal Kashi

by John_A

Lunar UI Icon Pack ReviewIt’s the weekend so news is always going to be slow, so let’s take a look at a new icon pack from Vishal Kashi (Destructo570) of GFXDevs. The¬†Lunar UI icon pack incorporates many visual features that are popular among icon enthusiasts these days; they’re flat with rounded corners, they’re minimal and the colours are extremely vibrant. What’s more, Lunar UI tries to branch out with a few icons, changing up the traditional colours that we’re used, like blue for Facebook is now red. Check out our video review of them below:

As I mentioned in the video, the icon pack already has 730 icons and 9 wallpapers, and is regularly update by Vishal weekly; make sure to circle¬†him on Google+ if you want to follow his updates or see what new projects he is working on. Personally, I’m a big fan of Lunar UI, and I really like that some of the icons looks substantially different to what we’re used to, like the aforementioned Facebook icon. I also really like how they all look when they’re congregated closely; although many of them look quite different, the overall effect of them is great. If you’re interested in picking up Lunar UI, they’re available for $1.45 USD on the Google Play Store now; links are below.

What do you think of the Lunar UI icon pack? Let us know your opinion.

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