This month we have 3 more apps that will make your devices look like you dipped them in a fresh coat of paint…
Ok, maybe not literally.
But I do think you’ll enjoy this month’s offerings as much or more as last months!
Themecraft Icon Pack
Nate Wren has been a long time favorite icon pack designer of mine. His packs contain thousands of quality icons, and almost every icon on my device is themed after applying one of his packs.
The moment I saw his newest pack, I just knew I had to share it with you guys! Themecraft, as it’s name suggests, is a pixel-y minecraft-y style icon pack that fits right into our motif here at Churchmag.
In addition to the 3,250+ icons, you get Minecraft themed battery, clock, and flashlight widgets to boot, along with a selection of wallpapers to showcase your new icon pack in style.
I know you guys will like these, and be sure to check out the rest of Nate’s work here.
Next in our carefully curated catalogue is Trident for Zooper. Trident is made with love by Milan Dragovic, and contains tons of extra goodies you’ll enjoy. As the name suggests, the pack contains dozens of minimal widgets for Zooper Widget. If you’re unfamiliar with Zooper, definitely check it out. It’s one of the first steps to getting that truly amazing setup!
In addition to widgets, Trident also offers some hand selected walls that will easily apply to your homescreen in just a few taps. And, yes, the included walls will go perfectly with the widgets as well! Two in one! You can’t beat it.
To round off our trio of apps is Wallgram. If you think it’s some kind of wallpaper instagram, you’re wrong. Wallgram pulls from popular high-quality sources like Unsplash, Tumblr, and others and displays them in beautiful material fashion for your enjoyment.
The app has gorgeous animations, and very high quality selections. Boasting thousands of wallpapers in over 21 categories with new walls added daily, Wallgram’s hard to beat. Plus, it’s free, so check it out.
Wallgram does have a couple cons though. Walls seem to take an unusually long time to load their thumbnails, and there’s no way to disable the banner ads at the bottom of the app. Other than that, I have no complaints!
Now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for.
Nate Wren has graciously provided us with 10 codes for the pro version of Themecraft!
Simply leave a comment below, and include your email in the comment form, and you’re entered to win!
Oh, and don’t forget to share your screenshots and wallpapers with the tag #cmagTT on Twitter for a chance to be featured right here on ChurchMag!