Creative review: An app that lets users browse through wallpapers, homescreens of people worldwide

Creative

This new personalisation app is quite like a social network. For starters, you have to sign up for an account. You can choose to log in using Google, Facebook or Twitter. On the app’s home, you can browse through wallpapers, ringtones and homescreens of users from all over the world. For wallpapers and ringtones, when you find one that you like, you can directly download it to your phone. When it comes to the homescreen setup of other users, you can view which launcher app they’re using, which icon pack and which widgets. You’ll also get download links for these from within the app itself.

If you like another user’s work, you can follow him/her and get updates whenever they post something new. You can also upload wallpapers and ringtones on your own profile to share it with other users. Compared to a typical wallpaper app, this is a good way to discover how people have customised their own Android phone. The only irritating bit is the persistent banner ad at the bottom. There’s no way to remove that at the moment.

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Download these gorgeous Asus ROG Phone wallpapers now

The Asus ROG Phone currently isn’t available on all markets and even the US has to wait until October 18 for its release but that doesn’t mean we can’t bask in the glory of the wallpapers, live wallpapers and themes that the gaming handset has to offer. And interestingly enough, not all wallpapers are tacky, which is rather surprising for images that ship with a gaming phone.

Here’s the first batch that the guys over at xda-Developers were able to scrape off. You can download them here and preview them below.

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Some bonus wallpapers obtained by stripping them off from the stock launcher APK. There are a few from the Free Fire battle royale game. Grab them from here.

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What high-end phone doesn’t have a set of live wallpapers today? They are pretty cool as well so make sure to check them out.

As the Asus ROG Phone has an AMOLED display, most of the wallpapers feature a black background, so owners of OLED screens will find them very pleasing.

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