We take wallpapers pretty seriously around here. For the most part, I enjoy a few of the pre-installed wallpapers on select devices, but to really provide a sense of individualism for my smartphone, I require a fancy wallpaper and “hot” icon pack. Focusing purely on the wallpapers, there’s one app I tend to use more than any other, and that’s Backdrops.
We have written about Backdrops on a couple of occasions, but in reality, we talk about it all of the time. Whenever someone asks us about a wallpaper we are using, it’s typically always from Backdrops. This is what makes Backdrops so clutch. It’s not a set amount of wallpapers in an app, as people are always adding new and awesome papers inside. Only high quality content is approved by the Backdrops team, meaning you will only see great wallpapers. (more…)
Google hasn’t even come close to showing off the new Nexus phone(s) for 2016, but that hasn’t stopped a slow
trollout of leaks involving them. We’ve heard the specs, seen mock-up renders, and now have supposed wallpapers from the device that you can download. (more…)
If you need to get your hands on the OnePlus 3 wallpapers, you can grab them straight from the creator himself, over on his website. I can’t say I blame you, as I think that the wallpapers are one of my favorite aspects of the device so far, without ever having touched it. I’m a big fan of abstract. (more…)
Want more goodies that we found inside the Android N Developer Preview 3? How about four new wallpapers? Yes, I know you want them because Google’s wallpapers are almost always pretty great.
The four included are the classic aerial shots of coasts and various water bodies. I’ve included previews of each below, but you’ll want to download the .zip file that includes the full resolution papers (2880×2560).
Fallout 4. It’s super legit. For fans of the franchise, NVIDIA has teamed up with the creators, Bethesda, launching a live wallpaper app of all things to Google Play. The Fallout 4 Live Wallpaper features an assortment of bobbleheads from the Fallout game, allowing users to deck out their home screen with their favorites.
The overall animations you will see are very basic, with the bobbleheads sitting on top of a table. When you swipe through your screens, the lighting and positioning will change, but the bobbleheads don’t move. In the settings of the app, you can choose five specific bobbleheads to show off, or you can have the app randomize which bobbleheads are shown. According to the app’s description, there are 20 Fallout 4 bobbleheads to choose from, including Sneak, Melee, Luck, and Agility. (more…)
We are still a few days away from HTC’s unveiling of the HTC 10, but since when has that ever stopped the Android community from getting their hands on the goodies? In the latest release of intel, a well known HTC leaker has published a gathering of wallpapers that will be included on the HTC 10. In my own personal opinion, they are way better than anything you will ever find on Samsung device, so here’s your chance to rock them before the phone is even announced. (more…)
Maybe it’s because our personal devices have been featured more than ever lately, with reviews up for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, along with a deeper look at the G5, but we have been getting an unusually high number of inquiries over the wallpapers we have been using. Because we would hate to leave your beautiful home screens hanging, we figured the best way to answer all of those interested, was through a post.
So, here we go, these are the wallpapers we are using and where you can find them. (more…)
Want the Android N wallpaper that you keep seeing all over our devices today? Well, we have it for you below in its full 2880×2560 resolution. Yep, it’s a big one. It’s also the only new one, so don’t worry about finding the rest – this is it.