Fly high in the sky with Balloon Live Wallpaper! Whenever you tap on the screen, new beautiful balloons appear! Feel free and joyous like never before! Choose your favorite colorful background and fill your screen with these inflatable beauties! You are never too old to have fun and play! Decorate your desktop with wonderful images which will put a smile on your face whenever you look at your phone! Revoke your childhood memories and let the child in you play like never before! Brighten up every dull day!
- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new beautiful balloons appear!
- Five types of background styles - different colorful images!
- Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- Choose this animated background and you won't regret!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Download Balloon Live Wallpaper and make every day your best one! Who doesn’t like to play with them? Make the child in you alive again and tap until your fingers start to hurt! The more your tap, the more fun you will have! This app will certainly make you happy anytime, anyplace! Imagine running free over beautiful green meadows, carrying a bunch of “red balloons”. Or yellow, there is no difference. Have lots of happy times with this fun app!
The first rubber balloons were made by Professor Michael Faraday in 1824 for use in his experiments with hydrogen at the Royal Institution in London. Faraday made them by cutting round two sheets of rubber laid together and pressing the edges together. The tacky rubber welded automatically, and the inside was rubbed with flour to prevent the opposing surfaces joining together.
Initially hydrogen was first used to make balloons float. However, it easily explodes and is highly flammable and hydrogen-filled balloons often floated to a site of combustible material where they exploded and started a fire. Hydrogen was eventually replaced by helium and although hydrogen had one-tenth more lifting power, helium was much safer.
If the sound of a balloon popping startles you, you’re not alone. A bursting balloon actually creates a small sonic boom! Once a hole is made, the quick release of the energy, or air, causes the hole to grow at almost the speed of sound in rubber. Since this speed is much higher than the speed of sound in air, the hole actually breaks the sound barrier, creating a sonic boom.
Download Balloon Live Wallpaper and have tons of fun playing with them!