Umm... Changed the settings up...working better now. I wish there was a setting for "mixed" colors, tho. I get tired of one of color, so I change. Still, would look better on phone and at least would be nice to have the choice, if colors were mixed (if you wanted)... Working on getting them to react the way I want.
Nice Works great for the most part, But every once in awhile they go crazy all over the screen and than there is only two pixels. The only way to fix it is to switch to a different background than change it back. Yes I have hurricane turned off...
You've turned my smartphone into a snow globe. I used to have a sophisticated computing device, capable of networking with satellites and servers around the globe and completing tasks my desktop machine could not perform just 10 years ago. All that changed with this app. Now all I can do when I turn on the screen is shake the little thingies and the dots go woosh and I say weeeeeee! Ahem, I mean, it's distracting. Aside from my lack of discipline, it's a great wallpaper that does what it says. It's worth the price for control over the framerate and ability to set your own background (but the background feature is not compatible with Picasa sync'd images). It /is/ unusablely slow on my device when set to the highest settings, but I was warned as such in the menus. All in all, I like it more than other live wallpapers, and I think I'll keep it for a while.
Beautiful - Staring at the sea. One year on and it's still my wallpaper. The simulation and product details are that well done. This app succeeds at its goal: it looks and behaves like liquid. It's nice to watch. You can also focus on the individual particles that make up the 'liquid' and gain an appreciation of the physics of fluid dynamics. The wallpaper is "live" in that it utilizes the accelerometer which allows you to manipulate the flow of the liquid by changing the orientation of your phone. The app also offers customizations including the ability to choose the color of the liquid and background. I chose a black background and white liquid which produces a minimalist look. (I would like to see an option for multiple colors at the same time.) The gravity setting is a smart detail. It allows the user to control the relative 'activity' of the liquid, from an earth-like gravity in which the liquid will eventually settle to the bottom, to a zero gravity environment in which the liquid behaves more as boundless individual particles. The custom settings give this app a lot of value. I installed it on a Galaxy Nexus. It installed and runs fine.
Awesome. I have a good idea. I was listening to music when it hit me. But if it is possible it would be even more amazing as when every time the bass hits in a song the particles on the bottom of the screen would bounce accordingly. But yeah great app thanks.
Good But the option to select a picture as background or a custom color are not working. So until is corrected I'm rating 1 star.
- Full Version
- HUGE Performance Improvements
- More Fun Tools and Features