With Android’s easy to use interface comes the countless opportunities to customize your device. That said, why not customize the app icons in your Android, like everyone else owning the rival device is doing. Till the time Android is supporting third-party apps, there are only a few things that Android cannot do, and other operating systems can. Case in point, setting a custom icon for your Android apps is a pretty straightforward process. In this article, you will learn how to do that yourself on your Android device. More aesthetical news here is that while you can download custom app icons using certain apps from the Google Play Store, users also have the option to use an image directly from their galleries or the Web to use it as their custom app icon. Edit an Image You Want to Set as an App Icon To set an image as an app icon, you must use a square image with a transparent background. The best part is that you can tweak any image according to the requirement mentioned above. To
The all-new PS5 is arriving next month, and there are a vast number of questions that need to be answered. Everyone wants to have a firmer grasp on the information related to the console. The all-new PS5 would have backward compatibility, which means you will be able to play the majority of PS4 games on it. Other than this, there are a vast number of questions that are still there. These questions include some critical ones also. So, in this article, we will discuss them in detail. Many of us want to know about the UI of the PS5. Is it the PS4’s menu setup’s carryover? Are there new themes available on PS5 or does it have carryover themes of PS4? And more. There’s not even a single screenshot of the menus yet provided by Sony. Why is Sony working so confidentially? We are also eager to know about every detail related to the PS5. The answers will leave a more meaningful impact on your PS5’s game playing experience. What will happen to the party system? Will it work through generations?