Ruggon Icon Pack Brings Dirt Effects To Your Icons

Google Play Store is home to tons and tons of apps. Every single one of you reading this use those apps on a daily basis, and considering the amount of offered content, there's something out there for everyone. Android OS is great because it offers you options to customize your user experience, truth be told, not everyone likes to tinker with their devices, which is okay, but some of us definitely do. I'm not talking about rooting your device here though, but perhaps throwing a third-party launcher on there and adapt the UI to fit your needs.

Icon packs are one of the best ways to change the way your device looks like. Different OEMs use different icon packs, and if you don't like what you get, you can easily change that. Start using one of many third-party launchers available in the Google Play Store and install one of the offered icon packs. There are a lot of different icons packs available to download, some of which are free, others, not so much. Well, we're here to talk about Ruggon, an icon pack that is not free, but sure is unique.

If you take a look at the featured image above, or the gallery below this article, you'll see what I mean. Ruggon gives your icons a grunge, torn and dirt effects, it makes them look dirty and worn out. This will definitely give a unique look to your applications and will make people wonder what is going on, as some other icon packs might. Ruggon currently offers over 3,170+ high definition icons, while there are also 70 wallpapers in there which will match those icons. The developer updates this application with new icons once or twice a month, and a ton of launchers are compatible with this icon pack: Apex, Nova, ADW, Go, Smart Action, Aviate, KK, Nine, Lucid, Holo... and more.

Check out the images in the gallery down below if you'd like to take a closer look at this icon pack. The Ruggon Icon Pack is actually on sale at the moment, and costs $1.45. If you're interested in getting this application, click the Google Play icon below this article.

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