How to use
This is a live wallpaper, to use it go to Settings > Wallpapers > Live Wallpapers > Wallpaper Slideshow on your Android device. From here you can configure the wallpaper options and set it as your current wallpaper. During normal operation there is no user interface, the images from your selected gallery will rotate as the home screen wallpaper.
View your photos as slideshow on your homescreen wallpaper at a defined interval
All photos will be stretched to fill your home screens. If you use low resolution or portrait style photos, this can result in poor image quality. For best results, use wallpaper scrolling with desktop sized photos.
WallpaperGallery is a live wallpaper. Live wallpapers do not normally contain a launcher icon. To set a live wallpaper as your home screen background, perform the following steps:
Step 1: From Home Screen, press "Menu"
Step 2: Press "Wallpaper", then press "Live Wallpapers"Step 3: Select the Live Wallpaper of choiceStep 4: Press "Set wallpaper"Step 5:To open the wallpaper chooser now, press Set wallpaper
Display your favorite images in a high-quality slideshow right on your Android home screen! This live wallpaper allows you to select any images on your device and control how they're displayed!
Customize your desktop background with this cool picture slideshow of eg. your holidays, pets, girlfriend, boyfriend, cars, ...
TO USE: Home -> Press Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
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