Glo is a new icon pack for iPhones and Android smartphones by ConceptCentral that can make your Home Screen’s app icons look reminiscent of what you’d find on a Mac running macOS Big Sur or later.
The official teaser video for Glo is embedded above, and in case you were wondering, it’s completely free to anyone to download and use.
Citing the information posted in the Glo depiction at the ConceptCentral website, the icon pack has more than 100 custom icons for both stock and third-party apps. The icon pack provides both circular and rectangular app icon variants to suit user preferences.
You might also be excited to hear that you can install Glo on either jailbroken or non-jailbroken iOS devices!
Jailbreakers can install Glo from the ConceptCentral repository via their favorite package manager app and apply the theme with the SnowBoard theming platform.
You can find the URL to the ConceptCentral repository below:
Conversely, non-jailbreakers can install Glo by applying the Shortcuts app method, which simply replaces a Home Screen’s app icon with a custom shortcut that uses an image you choose instead of the native app icon.
Theming with custom icon packs is a great way to make your iPhone stand out from the crowd, especially one where all iPhones tend to look the same given Apple’s tough stance against user-based choice and customization.
Android users are no stranger to these types of customizations, but despite being an Apple-esque icon theme, it looks great on the competing hardware too. Here’s a side-by-side Home Screen comparison provided by ConceptCentral:
What are your thoughts about the new Glo icon pack, and do you plan to give it a try? Let us know in the comments section down below.