Android Creations: a Live Wallpapers Gallery
One of the most talked about features of Android 2.1 was the addition of live wallpapers. A live wallpaper is similar to a normal Android application and has access to all the facilities like GPS, accelerometers, network access, etc, thus adding a truly rich and interactive experience to your home screen. The stock Android 2.1 came pre loaded with a good collection of live wallpapers, and the Android Market also offers a lot of downloads. But there were not too many places on the Internet that showcased a healthy collection of them under one roof. Enter www.AndroidCreations.net
The website is neatly arranged in a grid format, with detailed information and accompanying videos for most of the downloads. This website features some fantastic live wallpapers. From the brilliantly simple ‘Falling Snow’ to the really complex (and possibly battery draining) Super Mario, this website has wallpapers to suit every taste. However, you are advised to keep a tab on your battery while using some of these wallpapers. Once you click on a wallpaper, you are taken to the developer’s site where you can download the wallpaper using a QR code or as an .apk file on your SD card.
There are a whole bunch of free wallpapers like Green live, Spin box, Shake them all and my favorite, Zoom Field. To discover more free live wallpapers click on the “free” tag at the bottom. Most of the premium wallpapers are priced in the range of $0.99 – $2.20. There is also an overall index of wallpapers.
It was a really satisfying experience spending time on this website and we will be sure to keep ourselves updated on the latest addition to the world of live wallpapers. Please leave your comments below and let us know what you think!
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