Got a new app idea or received an order from the client to design Android app that looks beautiful with Android Material Design? Of course, it’s always a good way to put your UI design skills to work and create your own designs or concepts. But the truth is, didn’t have that much time to design interfaces from scratch. If this is the case, pre-made UI kits or elements come in handy then you don’t want to redesign the same elements all over again and just want to concentrate with the actual app design. We’ve scoured the web to bring you 5 best free Android Lollipop UI kits available right now.
1. Lollipop UI Kit by UXPin
Of course we are going to start with another UXPin product. As you probably already know, UXPinteam constantly releasing free ebooks, UI kits and other awesome stuff for designers and entrepreneurs. Another product from them – a huge UI Kit for Android Material Design, which is available for Adobe Photoshop (.PSD) and Sketch (.sketch). This Android Lollipop UI Kit contains 45 different UI screens, including GUI elements, call screens, messaging screens, inbox, etc. Of course, it’s absolutelly free and you can use it in your project(s).
2. Android Lollipop UI Kit by Deimantas Brandisauskas
Compared to other UI templates this Android Lollipop UI Kit is smaller, but it’s still very usable, because it contains a lot of GUI elements (such as checkboxes, buttons, switches, etc.) that can be used however you want. This UI Kit was created by me (Deimantas Brandisauskas), which was highly inspired by other UI templates in this article. I wanted to include most usable elements with 12 screens. Only available for Adobe Photoshop users.
3. Android L GUI Kit by Ruban Khalid
This Android L GUI Kit was one of the first UI Kits for Material Design (this is when you have to actually create GUI elements by yourself because where was almost no UI Kits for Android L). It contains 10 UI screens and a bunch of GUI elements. It’s only available for Adobe Photoshop users.
4. Android Lollipop 5.0 GUI by redesigncase
Another great Android Lollipop GUI template full of usable UI and GUI elements created by redesigncase. Compared to the others it’s relatively small, but still comprehensive. And, again, it’s only available for Adobe Photoshop users.
5. Free Material Design UI Kit by designtory
Finally, we wanted to end this list with an outstanding Material Design UI Kit which can be used not only for Android, but also for any web related project, if you want to make Material Design looking website or any other project. It has almost everything you need to have in a UI Kit (menus, settings, GUI elements, buttons, checkboxes, etc.). And, again, it’s only available for Adobe Photosohop users.