Enjoy the beauties of space with GyroSpace 3D Live Wallpaper
Fans of space and beautiful live wallpapers have a reason to rejoice. GyroSpace 3D Live Wallpaper gives your device’s wallpaper a fresh outlook on space.
GyroSpace 3D is an interactive space scene live wallpaper that works with the gyroscope on your device. This gives the live wallpaper the ability to move with you as you move the screen making GyroSpace D an alluring and unique live wallpaper.
The app itself has many features including beautiful colored nebula with very detailed planets and asteroids, a real 3D depth effect that includes a vast starfield, and multiple planets and color schemes for the planets, including Earth.
This interactive wallpaper also boasts customization settings that account for performance or the ability to add planetary rings. The developer, Opotech, also added a seasonal snowfall effect, because we all know, space is not space without snow.
The live wallpaper is extremely easy to use. Just install the app then go to your home screen, long select an open area, select Wallpapers, then pick Live Wallpapers. You should see the GyroSpace 3D on the list. Simply select it and customize it and you are on your way to your personalized space journey.
Gyrospace 3D comes in two flavors, free and paid. The difference is that the paid version is ad-free and cost a grand total of $1.78. You can find both versions on the Google Play Store.
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