1. dlalonde's Avatar
    TouchWiz has been know for being ugly in the past. While Google moved to Material Design which was and still is fashionable (whether you like it or not remains subjective obviously) with the flat designs, Samsung took a while to get there leaving their UX to be a bit old looking.

    Now though, since Grace UX came into play on the explosive Note 7, Samsung seems to have taken the right road as far as design is concerned whether it's on the S7 or the forthcoming S8. But it's still a unique design language.

    So what do you prefer? The default look on your S7 or do you rock a theme? If you have a theme, do you try to make it look like stock Android or do you go with something more funky?
    04-14-2017 07:53 AM
  2. LineKill's Avatar
    I like the default theme quite a bit. I do change it up now and then by going to a dark theme and using the default icons.
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    04-14-2017 08:00 AM
  3. dlalonde's Avatar
    I for one am currently on the Pixelize theme. Nothing against the default one which I like quite a lot. But this theme is good for my Vanilla Android Envy :P
    LineKill likes this.
    04-15-2017 11:25 AM
  4. LineKill's Avatar
    I am currently using the Blue Glow theme with default icons. I am also using Nova Launcher. The default icons on my edge panel somewhat match up with the GS8 Icons I am using with Nova.

    I am constantly changing, but that is what I am using today;-)

    Oh, this is also helping with my S8 envy:-)
    dlalonde likes this.
    04-15-2017 11:54 AM

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