Amazingly Simple and Useful This is a great example of an app that sharper focus on what its supposed to do and nothing more. And that is, at the same time, a good and a bad thing. For the good, it's so simple to use that you actually enjoy using it. For the bad, you will end up craving for more features, like the ability to choose the image from a picker, or the ability to save your modified image.
Makes Every Wallpaper Usable. If your wallpapers are conflicting with the text, icons and widgets on your homescreen then this app is for you a light blur and a small dim or even just to dim a bright wallpaper can make your icons, text and widgets clear and visible with this app so they no longer fight your background. As a Wallpaper collector I use this app daily very simple and easy to use with initiative controls.
Simple and necessary With all the papers around what matters is the color palette and the arrangement. Saving is not needed otherwise it's double the waste. Would like to understand how it works though: is it temporarily saved and with a new paper discarded? And what about different variations of the same paper? And so on...
Crashing on OnePlus 3 Crashing every time when I try to open. Doesn't give any Force Close message though, just getting close itself immediately after opening.
This app needs a different name as the current name makes one think that all it does is blur wallpapers. In reality there are two additional functions, darkening and toning, that together allow you to make any image you find a suitable and eye-friendly wallpaper.
Save image after blurred? Please allow us to save to our device the new blurred image so then we can apply it to certain screens. Other than this nice smooth app
- Fixes crash on phones with high resolution screens and small amounts of RAM. Thanks to Jon Tom for reporting.
- Phones can now use the app in landscape mode.
- Fixed visual glitch when starting the app.
- Added Blur Wallpaper to the wallpaper picker menu.