Set up automatically changing wallpaper on Android

Tired of seeing the same thing every time you glance at your phone? Check out this app to set up an image rotation for your wallpaper.

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There are some very interesting wallpaper options and apps in the Google Play Store. However, this doesn't mean you'll find one that you never get tired of. Instead of settling for one wallpaper choice, why not check out Wallpaper Changer for Android.

With this app you can choose from a handful of your photos or even complete albums to show in the background of your  Android's Home screen .If you're trying to think of which collection of photos to use, here are some ideas and how to get started:

You can choose photos of:

  • your last vacation spot.
  • things that inspire you.
  • your kids doing kid stuff.
  • family pets being cute.
  • the things you love.
  • a combination of all these things!


Step 1: Grab a copy of Wallpaper Changer for your Android device.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma/CNET

Step 2: Open the app and decide which method you want used for changing the wallpaper.

Here you can choose from a set time at which the wallpaper will be changed or each time the screen is unlocked.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma/CNET

Step 3: Touch Add image if you'd like to individually add photos from different albums. Alternatively, you can tap Add folder, which will require you to select at least one photo from an album before all of the photos show up in the app.

If you'd like to take a look at your wallpaper selection, touch Show all x wallpapers.

This is a great app for people who travel a lot or are just busy and like to be reminded of the people and things they love each time they look at their Android device.

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About the author

Nicole Cozma has an affinity for Android apps and devices, but loves technology in general. Based out of the Tampa Bay Area, she enjoys being a spectator to both sunsets and lightning storms.

 

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