Batrix Live Wallpaper

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About this app

Enjoy a Matrix live wallpaper as faithful as possible to the movie. A must have for any Matrix fan. Batrix is configurable at will ! Batrix also has a unique feature that lets you see at a glance how charged your battery is and whether it is plugged in.

Features :
• glyphs' behavior reflects the battery state
• put your pictures behind the animation
• adjustable color, size, density, speed and glow effect
• runs as live wallpaper as well as screensaver
• battery friendly thanks to an efficient use of resources

Thank you for all your positive comments so far!

If you have any question regarding Batrix, send us an email by using the "contact" function from within the application or its Google Play page via the "developer contact" section.

This application is based on the work of a fan of The Matrix motion picture. This is not an official application related to The Matrix franchise.
Updated on
Oct 2, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

477 reviews
Jeff Kuhn
January 24, 2021
I love this Matrix-themed live wallpaper, and the idea of showing battery charge with character density is fantastic. The characters, animation, and range of settings are great. I was easily able to pick a slower speed and reduce the symbol size to my liking, as well as tweaking the color. I haven't played with the photo feature yet, but it seems like a great idea. And the idea to reverse the flow when charging was clever. Thanks for a great live wallpaper!
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Else Engine
January 13, 2021
Thank you for your great review! The default settings try to match the movie's animation as in the very first seconds of the episode one, hence the default speed. UPDATE: The latest version of the application has just been released. You'll notice that the range has expanded in both slow and fast speeds. Again, thanks for your feedback!
Shane Thompson
February 18, 2022
It's almost perfect, its better than all the rest of the digital rain wallpapers. The only thing it is missing is the ability to have some of the glyphs fall faster/slower than others. In the movie its random, some can fall super slow, others faster than all the others. In the app they all fall at the same rate, just staggered. Itd be way more interesting if it had the variations in speed and settings to adjust.
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Else Engine
February 19, 2022
Thank you for your comment! It is really appreciated! That's a good point, I will see if I can do anything about that.
Alex Wiest
October 15, 2021
Finally, a matrix app that actually looks like the movies! Looks frickin fantastic! My only complaint is that you can't change the character change speed without changing the speed of how fast they fall. It threw me off a lot because my preferred falling speed makes them change waaaay too slow. Could you please add a slider to change that as well? Tbh I'd have only given it 4 stars because of this, but there's so few reviews here, yall deserve 5 stars :) But really please add a slider!
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Else Engine
December 6, 2021
You are absolutely right. Thanks for your clever remark! UPDATE : A new Batrix version is online. You will find an option called "Glyph change rate" just under the speed setting renamed "Travel speed". I hope you will like it!

What's new

• supports Android 13's themed icon feature
• upon user request, added an option to configure the battery charge range used to change color progressively from green to red when Batrix is controlling glyph color
• now targets Android 13 / API 33
• updated libraries
• fixes and enhancements