Three Retro apps that would trigger your Nostalgia

Time has its own path and never returns. Throughout our lifespan, we come across different styles, different technology, and different people. Many have come, conquered, and left remaining only in our memories. It would be worth the effort if we could re-live any of those moments. Today, in our retro app review we will deal with three apps that will rekindle old memories in our minds, while retaining the modern functionality the recent technology offers.

Retro Icons Pack

We are dealing with Android apps. So, I thought it would be best if the Retroselfie review started off with an app that will help you relive the previous version of the android operating system. The Retro Icons pack consists of over 1150 icons that work with about 12 launcher systems to give your smartphone a complete retro makeover. You get to see the icons of less resolution that were used earlier and some icons look faded too to give them that old look. We will love it if this app is frequently updated with many such icons that we can make use of.

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Retro Classic Ringtone

My Retro app review takes me further back into history. This time, I stumbled upon an app called Retro Classic Ringtone. This app lets you hear those nostalgic moments again. When I say hear, I mean literally hear the ringtones. The soundboard of this app includes 60 classic ringtones from the past that includes business phones, rotary dial phones and old cell phones tones. It gives you the feature to listen as well as set these classical tones as your ringtone, message alert, alarm or any other notification.

Retro Clock Widget

As new and new versions of the Android operating systems were launched the stock clock widget has undergone many changes while some have been replaced by the manufacturer of the device. My next retro app review takes me back in time (of course rhetorically) to the Retro Clock widget. This is a simple and hassle free app that gives you five retro widgets. The date widget will open the default calendar app while the clock widget will open the default alarm app. Use them to relive those old times!