Pure – Icon Pack ( Flat Design ) v7.2 Valentine‘s Day [Patched]

Pure – Icon Pack ( Flat Design ) v7.2 Valentine‘s Day [Patched]
Requirements: 4.0.3 and up
Overview: To use this icon pack you need a launcher with support for themes like Nova Launcher.

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Features
– 2500+ high quality icons ( a lot more icons coming soon )
– Many alternate icons to choose from
– Icon resolution 192×192
– Regular update and long term support
– Built-in Icon Request tool
– Support for many launchers

Supported Launchers
– Nova Launcher
– Apex Launcher
– ADW Launcher
– Action 3
– Evie Launcher
– Lawnchair
– Next Launcher
– Yandex Launcher
– Aviate Launcher
– Arrow Launcher
– Holo Launcher
And many more

Contact
– Feel free to mail me at morirain.dev@outlook.com

About
– Pure icon pack is based on NanoIconPack open source projec

WHAT’S NEW

Updated 48 icons, added 48 new icons, totaling 2648.

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More Info:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.morirain.dev.iconpack.pure

Download Instructions:
https://upload.ac/1lptnjdzg45s

Mirrors:
https://uploadev.com/bel1zb777ctf
https://dropapk.com/9u8ibxvtai2m
https://dailyuploads.net/315bkphm2vvb

Charm your Valentine with the Love AR Playmoji pack for Google Pixel

Google Playground’s stickers and Playmojis are pretty fun, and the timely Childish Gambino drop likely brought more attention to the Pixel’s AR features. It makes sense, then, that Valentine’s Day arrives with another new pack, predictably all pink and heart-shaped.

The Love Playmoji pack is now available for all three generations of the Google Pixel, including adorable characters such as smitten champagne glasses with little bow ties, smiling interactive hearts, and a healthy dose of cheesy love notes. Perfect for those who’ve completely forgotten about V-Day and need to rustle something up quickly. Add some of these to a cute selfie or dog photo and send it over right away.

Google has taken the opportunity to point out a few Pixel camera tips at the same time. There’s nothing here we don’t already know about, though, such as Portrait Mode, Night Sight, and Group Selfie Cam, but it’s always nice to be reminded of why we love the Pixel camera.

Download the Love Playmoji pack from the Play store right now, below.

Playground: Love

Playground: Love

Download
QR-Code

Playground: Love
Developer: Developed with Google
Price: Free

Playground (was AR Stickers)

Playground (was AR Stickers)

Download
QR-Code

Playground (was AR Stickers)
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

Google Duo adds Valentine’s Day effect for video messages

As florists, chocolate makers, and greeting card companies alike gear up for one of the biggest sales days of the year — Valentine’s Day — tech companies are preparing their own festive offerings for the sentimental celebration. This year, Google Duo is offering a Valentine’s Day video effect for long-distance loves, and it’s already showing up for many users.

We spotted the Valentine’s Day video effect last month in an APK teardown along with a partially working ‘Favorites’ list. Now it’s going live, one day ahead of the official holiday. When opening the app, users will see a prompt at the bottom of the screen suggesting they “Try a video effect for Valentine’s Day,” and can swipe down to record a message with the effect.

Once activated, the effect shows heart-shaped pink bubbles moving across the screen. Users can turn on and off the effect by pressing a button at the top of the screen marked “Valentine’s Day effect.” It seems the effect is only available for video messages, not video chatting.

Google Duo Valentine’s Day is live here for me!@ArtemR @AndroidPolice @9to5Google @NexusBen (if this is your area) pic.twitter.com/fWvcTnl5F1

— David (@D_Slawotsky) February 12, 2019

Google Duo is far from alone in offering this sort of festive touch for the holiday, but new features are always of special interest due to how lightweight and minimal Google has kept the app so far. Our recent teardowns indicate that Google is considering adding not only more filters in the future, but also a drawing mode for video messages, a decision that puts Duo more in line with apps like Snapchat but probably won’t appeal to its core user base. If Google really wants to keep its current users happy, it’ll keep bloat minimal and work on much-requested functionalities like screen sharing. For now, we get heart bubbles.

  • Thanks:
  • David