Substrate Live Wallpapers - A set of live wallpapers, each displaying a slowly changing pattern which gradually evolves in your home screen. These subtle animations save battery power and keep your home screen responsive.
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Supported operating systems:
Google Android 1.0, Google Android 1.5, Google Android 1.6, Google Android 2.0, Google Android 2.1, Google Android 2.2, Google Android 2.3, Google Android 3.0, Google Android 3.1, Google Android 3.2, Google Android 4.0, Google Android 4.1, Google Android 4.2, Google Android 4.3, Google Android 4.4, Google Android 5.x, Google Android 6.x, Google Android 7.x
610_5 Android Live Wallpaper with 480x800 resolution
LOTUS Android Live Wallpaper with 480x800 resolution
picofday picofday - This Live Wallpaper lets you select your daily wallpaper source and will automatically update your background image for you every day.
Wallpapers included from websites like Astronomy Picture of the Day (NASA), National Geographic, Wikipedia, bing and more...
Android versions without live wallpaper support can download images and set them as wallpaper manually
Snowflakes Android Live Wallpaper with 480x854 resolution
Other Software by developer «Moonblink»:
Touch Test Touch Test - Shows display parameters, multiple touch points, and trails to let you see how linear your touchpanel is. Different hardware supports 1, 2, or more fingers -- see which yours is. Note Android before 2.0 supported only single touch. Please see the help for more info
Dazzle Dazzle is a configurable switcher widget for Android devices; it allows you to create one or more switcher widgets, in four sizes, with your choice of controls. You can choose from WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, airplane mode, and brightness controls; on supported devices, brightness lets you toggle between auto and manual modes.
· Four widget sizes
TestCard TestCard is a simple screen test pattern for Android devices.
The app displays test patterns which are intended to let you see the structure of individual pixels, and the effect that has on the overall quality of the display. On many devices, the display will be utterly uninteresting
Chime Timer Chime Timer is a simple, configurable timer app, with nice chime sounds. It lets you create up to four timer configurations, each of which can have a pre-timer, a start bell, and an end bell.
Chime Timer keeps running in the background even if you navigate away to some other app; so you can play Scrambled Net, for example, while you're waiting for whatever it is
Dazzle Configurable Switcher Dazzle Configurable Switcher - The ultimate switcher bar for your phone. Choose from 4 widget sizes, and choose which controls it shows: ringer, sync, WiFi, BT, GPS, airplane, or brightness with min/max/preset (and auto toggle on some phones). Now with both one-touch and popup controls. WIDGET, NOT AN APP: you have to install it on your home page
TiltLander TiltLander is a simple project to demonstrate accelerometer use in Android. It's just the Android Lunar Lander demo, with the accelerometer hooked up to control the tilt of the lander.
How to play
You have to land the lander on the landing pad, which is shown as a green line at the bottom of the screen. (The actual position changes at random
Scrambled Net Scrambled Net - NEW: personal high scores, animations, and auto-solver. See menu to turn animations off. You are given a computer network with the connections all scrambled; rotate the tiles to connect all the terminals to the server. See if you can make your way through the 5 difficulty levels. Please see the in-game help
Substrate Substrate - This application contains a collection of live wallpapers for Android. Once installed, you can install any of the wallpapers on your desktop in the usual way. The package also contains a runnable application which previews all the wallpapers and provides access to their settings
Tricorder Tricorder - A simple tricorder simulator for Android powered phones, using real sensors to detect magnetic fields, gravity, etc. See the passing gravity wave from a distant collapsar on your phone screen (actual device sensitivity may be insufficient to detect gravity waves). Detect buried powerful magnets! Be a mega-geek! Etc
ScrambledNet Lite (Android) ScrambledNet is a port of the KDE game "knetwalk", by Andi Peredri, Thomas Nagy and Reinhold Kainhofer.
The player is given a network diagram with the parts of the network randomly rotated; he/she must rotate them to connect all the terminals to the server.
· Portrait and landscape modes are handled