Jan 19, 2011
Who doesnâ€™t love a good wallpaper? Theyâ€™re one of the first things we customize on our mobile devices. Some people pick one and stick with it, others change them like theyâ€™re TV channels. Wallpapers are as unique as the individuals who use them. They represent our moods, thoughts, ideals, and just plain insanity. I mean if it werenâ€™t for wallpapers, app markets wouldnâ€™t have the ludicrous numbers they so proudly boast.
Time for the second installment of Wallpaper Wednesday. Last week I had some NFL playoff team wallpapers and I’m sad to report that my Patriots decided not to show up to the game and ultimately lost <-- insert sad face. Today's installment features a flurry, a flame, and more than meets the eye.
[Disclaimer: Live Wallpapers may cause excessive battery drain and/or lag issues and only work with supported devices running Android 2.1 or higher.]
Original Flurry – This live wallpaper by PopBox Studio brings the mac osx style flurry to your Android device. Watch blissfully as a moving star creates streams of colorful particles across your screen in this natively rendered live wallpaper. Sharp and colorful with the option to purchase for full customization.
Download: Original Flurry
KF Flames – This one’s for all you pyros out there who just can’t get enough dancing inferno. KF Flames by KittehFace Software is a stunning live wallpaper that features an impressively realistic looking fire. KF Flames has full support for landscape mode and responds to home screen switching, just be sure to wear your Isotoner flame retardant smarTouch gloves.
Download: KF Flames
Starlight Live Wallpaper – Dive into this nighttime fairytale backdrop courtesy of developer Jason Allen. This hand-painted starlight vista by Anne Paetzke comes alive in a live wallpaper that is sure to send your dreams whisking across its nighttime clouds.
Download: Starlight Live Wallpaper
[Note: In order to save wallpapers you have to open them in a new tab or window — Pics must be resized to fit your device]
Any Transformers fans out there? My kids are obsessed, ever since they started watching Transformers Prime on The Hub. In honor of those awesome Autonomous Robotic Organisms I present “Destroy” and “Protect.”