Do you love space? Are you tired of staring at pictures of your loved ones? Have other live wallpapers let you down with their uninspired lacklustery?
A yes or no answer to any of the previous questions probably means you will love this live wallpaper.
Celestial Bodies is a fully animated solar system including planets with cloud layers and moons, an asteroid belt, a complex star with coronal ejections, and of course it wouldn't be the 21st century without an over-the-top lens flare effect!
A complex view transition system keeps the scene fresh and dynamic unlike other static and stale wallpapers. It's like three-dimensional and stuff!
Fully interactive. Bored in your meeting? Ignoring your spouse? Stuck in a snowstorm with no reception? Fling yourself to another world. Swipe and poke your way through the solar system. You've probably done less productive things with your time!
Highly customizable. So many settings you'll probably need instructions. You're in luck as those are included! Don't like instructions? You are further in luck as the default settings are pretty great already!
Because you're awesome you've decided either to upgrade from the lite version or have come straight to the cow demanding your $1.25 of precious milks.
This full version is way better. For instance now you can create totally new random solar systems with random planetary characteristics. One poke in the center of the screen and an entire system is vaporized in an all-consuming supernova before birthing a new system in its wake. Pick up your jaw there is more.
Spruce up the bland of black and white starfields with a variety of colorful nebulae. Watch a comet zip by and further demonstrate an unhealthy obsession with lens flare effects.
But certainly best of all is the music visualization. Responding to audio playback on your device the star will bulge and pulse a variety of colors while the paths of the planets dance out the waveform.
If you haven't been convinced yet then you owe it to yourself to scroll to the top of this description and read it again. Or just try it out for few minutes. Throw some time on this space...
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