Ever picked someone’s Android smartphone from off the spot where they left it, and you can’t stop cooing and praising their amazing wallpaper?
You surely must have held a few dozens before now, and the only question that creeps into your head is: “how on earth can I get such incredible wallpapers?”
If you prefer picking wallpapers from the Internet, you could get lucky and perhaps stumble on some few good ones that suit your preference.
However, the odds sometimes may never flip in your favour. The trick here is finding the app that works best for you. One you can actually find the kind of wallpaper you are looking for.
Below are some of the best 10 wallpaper background apps recommended for you!
If you want a wallpaper background app that boasts of a massive inventory, and packs a lot under the hood, then Backgrounds HD is your best pick.
With wallpapers and backgrounds laid out in 30 categories, the app features Material Design. It has long been sitting out there before the invent of HD screens, but you still get plenty of new and amazing stuffs. Another mindblowing feature is: it is absolutely free!
For live wallpaper addicts or aficionados, this is for you. Muzei Live Wallpaper provides tons of high-quality wallpapers that helps boost the colour reproduction of your android screens!
Users have two options: choose wallpaper from their galleries or select from the plethora of options available in Muzei’s gallery. The app is entirely free, an open source and supports developers.
This is one of the few good wallpapers sites out there. It gives users plenty of decent wallpaper options, in different resolutions. The site also features a search box which helps to filter users’ choice quicker and easier.
You can download fine quality wallpapers for free, or get premiums for $2.99 per month/29.99 per year.
This might be one of the newcomers, but it is a great source of photography wallpaper. The app’s user interface is clean, neat and simple. The app boasts over 100,000 wallpapers with high resolutions that catch the eyes. You can also customise features like a dark mode and apply different layout options.
Tapet is not your regular wallpaper app. While others give you flexible options like choosing the type of wallpaper you want, Tapet doesn’t. It lets you choose the design and colours, and then creates a wallpaper from your options. The app is able to guess your screen resolution, to create a perfect match for your screen. It even packs Muzei support, which can be downloaded, and more.
It is free. However, a paid version is around $19.99.
Wallpaper by Google is completely free and rid of annoying adds. No in-app purchases, another good option from the Alphabet company. The app has pretty decent wallpapers, though it comes out short against the others, in terms of its collections. Nonetheless, it still has nice selections you can choose from. It also packs features such as separate lock screen and home screen wallpapers, an auto-set function for newly uploaded wallpapers.
Walli is an incredible wallpaper app for those looking for artworks by artists. It houses plenty of independent and amazing works from different artists. The app is simple to use and navigate. It also offers stuffs like fantasy themes, people, word backgrounds etc. Walli is free. However, you can get the paid version for $2.50.
If your phone packs a 4K or UltraHD screen, then Wallpaperscraft 4K Backgrounds is your stop shop! With over 80,000 4K wallpapers, this free app just like Tapet, uses your phone screen size to fit wallpapers that match your smartphone’s resolution.
When using this app, you might experience occasional lag, but the user experience is still okay. It has no in-app purchases, but there’s advertising though.
Wonderwall may not be a household name, as the top five in this article, but it is worthy of a mention. This app gives you only dated wallpapers, chopping off those from the pre-HD smartphone era. You still get decent pictures on this app though, and a massive point for having this is, they all come in huge resolutions. Wonderwall is absolutely free.
One of the oldest wallpaper apps out there, Zedge not only provides users with photos, but you can also get notifications tones, alarm tones, and ringtones, attached to the wallpapers.
Where it lacks low resolutions for some of its collections, it makes up for a variety of ringtones and notification tones.
Don’t just sit and admire people smartphones. Add colour to yours too! Pick any of those ten, and let your phone win you accolades. The enlisted apps are all available for download on Google playstore.