WellPaper - Live Wallpaper

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About this app

WellPaper is a mobile app that displays your screen time and smartphone usage on a creative and dynamic wallpaper. Current screen time monitoring tools are often bland and uninspiring, giving users little reason to return or use the information. WellPaper allows users to visualize and better understand their day-to-day smartphone habits in an aesthetic way right on the lock and home screens.

🏆 WellPaper is the winner of the 2022 iF Design Award and the bronze winner of the 2022 A' Design Award! It is also one of the Best Innovation in Software 2021 selected by ZDNet. 🏆

Recent Updates:

- A refreshed UI design for a clean and modern look.
- Now you can view the sideloaded apps and assign them to one of the six categories to track their screen time. You can also change the category of an app.
- Now you can set an app as "do not track" using the same way as assigning it to the six categories. Once set, this app's screen time will no longer be visualized by any wallpapers.
- All wallpapers now support "show screen time on taps." After setting a wallpaper, you can tap on the empty space on the home screen to view all categories' screen time. You can turn this off in the settings.
- Introducing three new wallpapers in our collection: Cosmos, Botanical Garden, and Donut Shop.

Key Features:

- 🔋 Very battery efficient. WellPaper focuses on dynamic wallpapers that update on unlock rather than operating in the background as an ‘always live’ wallpaper.
- 🦄 Completely personalized wallpapers based on your usage behaviors. Set a daily screen time target to keep yourself on track.
- 👌 Stay aware of your digital habits in a convenient and visually-pleasing way.

Choose from 6 Different Wallpaper Designs:

  • Composition: Inspired by Piet Mondrian's painting "Composition No. II," this data-heavy design consists of a range of tiles that constantly scale based on app usage.

  • Glow: A cyberpunk design with six neon rings that get thicker when you are approaching the daily screen time target.

  • Radial: A soft and smooth color gradient on a white canvas, for those who appreciate a minimal design style.

  • Cosmos: A dark-themed solar system design, this wallpaper features 6 planets that constantly scale based on your app usage.

  • Botanical garden: Inspired by Alex Katz's painting "Tulips 4," comes a relaxing flower design that lets users' digital wellbeing blossom.

  • Donut shop: Six flavored donuts freshly baked every day. Take a bit of them when you are using your phone, or they will be sold out!

  • WellPaper takes the many different types of apps on your phone and simplifies them down into 6 categories, so you can easily understand how your time is being used. You can go into the WellPaper app to check which apps belong to each category, manage sideloaded apps, or set your daily screen time target.

    WellPaper Tracks:

  • Social

  • Lifestyle and Communication

  • Entertainment

  • Gaming

  • Information and Business

  • Tools

  • Important User Note:

    WellPaper calculates all this information locally so none of your data is pulled from outside usage. It does require an internet connection to know what the Google Play categories are of each individual app.

    Contact for support: support@onelab.studio
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    About OneLab

    OneLab is a creative engine within OnePlus and OPPO. This global team focuses on developing new and exciting features that enhance the software experience of Android users and beyond. They are the visionaries behind Clipt, WellPaper, Bitmoji AOD, Insight AOD, Zen Mode, and more. ✌️
    Updated on
    Jul 21, 2022

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    Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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    Data is encrypted in transit

    Ratings and reviews

    1.27K reviews
    Scott Walter
    June 21, 2023
    I like the concept, and can think of _many_ feature add-ons that could easily expand on this. However, I do find it funny that, as part of the classification process the app goes through (categorizing all your phone apps into classes it uses to generate the wallpaper), the app can't classify _itself_ (sticking it in "uncategorized"). I'm trying to imagine the meeting around that decision.
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    Gian Patrick Quintana
    May 28, 2021
    It is a great application to annoy my wife without the need to open the Digital Wellbeing application. I can show her what percentage of her screen time is being consumed by which applications. On a serious note, I prefer the Radial wallpaper to the rest of the wallpapers. The only caveat to it is, I can't see the statistics when tapping the wallpaper compared to the Composition wallpaper. One thing I don't understand is the "Daily Screen Time Target", is this (consumed screen time / max time) in order to get the percentages for each category? Overall it's a very simple and minimal wallpaper which I love. A job well done :)
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    OneLab by OnePlus
    June 16, 2021
    Your poor wife 😂 Thanks Gian! The screen target is to help a wallpaper like Glow scale and to help the users have a decent target for the day. (nothing happens if you go past)
    Péter Oltyán
    July 7, 2021
    This app is great! However I noticed that a lot of apps that I use are not listed and the app doesn't recognize them. Could you fix it? I thought about a possible solution: the apps that weren't recognized could be put inside a list where the user could categorize them if they want to. Other than this the app is perfect! Thank you for this!
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    OneLab by OnePlus
    July 13, 2021
    Hey Péter, please stay tuned for an update coming soon. In the settings, you'll be able to change the categories and classify 'uncategorised' apps! We're listening to you guys and have lots of features planned... ❤️ (5 stars for the feature once it's live 😏) We rolled out customization feature in Beta program. Try early by joining beta program.