Changing the wallpaper of your Android device is one of the most effective ways to customize your device. There are a number of ways to change Android wallpapers, one of which is to have it change on a time schedule. This means that you do not have to sort it out manually, and every time you come to use your device it looks different. Here are some apps to help you with that:
This is the best-known app to change Android wallpapers, though there are others on Google Play Store. To change your wallpaper using Wallpaper Changer, first go to the app settings. You can choose a certain number of minutes, hours or days as your interval and also set how the app resizes or crops images. You can also choose to change wallpapers every time you unlock your phone.
This is another useful app to change Android wallpapers. IFTTT simply stands for If This Then That. it connects apps and services using triggers that lead to actions, and one of the supporting actions is switching the background on a connected Android device. With this app, you can choose what changes your wallpaper, for example a new like on Instagram, a new notification from your RSS feed and so on.
ARROW LAUNCHER BY MICROSOFT
Microsoft’s Arrow launcher includes Bing wallpapers which are updated daily. If you have a Windows PC, you might already be familiar with these wallpapers on your computer screen. it also presents ou with apps based on your location, which adds a more dynamic experience beyond automatic wallpaper rotation. Also, it is optimized to save battery and memory.
WALLPAPERS BY GOOGLE
Pick a category and get stunning wallpapers every day, courtesy of Google. The selection of wallpapers is constantly growing, with pictures from Google Earth, Google + and others. If you have Nougat LINK, you can have one wallpaper on your home screen and a different one on your lock screen.