Fantastic wallpaper app. I originally got a few of the free ones when I was first exploring live walls. These were some of the coolest I found and this pack is worth every penny. So much variety and customization. And no matter the style and color scheme, the visuals are quite breathtaking. My only criticism is I wish the galaxies were organized in at least the two types (you can see the primary two styles in the pictures). They give distinctly different feels and I wish could more readily choose between them depending on my mood.
I absolutely love it! This is so cool, a little piece of the cosmos in my hand, just watch and watch, fascinated. Not the least, paying the $1.99 means not having to watch any of the crappy and intrusive ads Google bundles with free apps. I am a happy client of maxelus -just bought the planet pack and the black hole pack as well. Now if only there was a way to randomize all three packs.......maxelus should give us that in updates.....:)
Absolutely stunning. You really want to support developers like this who take such care & pride in their work. The quality, beauty & craftsmanship in this app is remarkable. I trialed the free version & came here immediately to purchase. Seriously, get this. The pictures don't do it justice. This app is a work of art.
Amazing quality and customization, yet still well optimized. For those worried about live wallpapers' tendency to eat battery up, my phone reports battery usage for this app to be only 6mAH and memory usage to be on average 22mb. Impressive!
My number one concern is always battery life. This app minimizes this and still delivers a beautiful high definition product. I just wish it supported the Galaxy s8's aspect ratio. That's the only thing keeping it from 5 stars for me.
The rotational speed is inacurate, but I don't want to wait 230 million years to see a galaxy do one rotation. I think the next model phone will be out before then. Still, on a real grand scale, our Sun moves around our galaxy at 825,000 km/hr, or 515,000 m/hr. On top of that, the Milky Way is hurtling through space at around 600 km/second, or 1.34 million miles per hour toward the constellation Hydra. Although appearing slow in our miniature life, this is blistering speeds if there were friction to cause blisters. To think also we would not exist if it weren't for the Milky Way's black hole keep us in tow. So 5 stars for the mock experience with a of of impatience for something to happen ;-)
+ NEW! 2 HD Galaxies: Dark Side HD, Blue LagunHD.
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