Tomek Kondrat · Nov 12, 2013 at 09:00 am

Change the Look of Your Homescreen with 500 Firepaper

Modifying and tweaking the look of Android is one of the platform’s most amazing features. Users can change almost every element on their home screens, hence countless number of themes, wallpapers, and mods available in Android Themes and Apps and Games sub forums. All this great work from thousands of members is aimed to make Android look even more pleasing.

Not many of you folks know that XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire, developer of many famous applications such as SuperSU or CF-Auto-Root, is a big fan of photography. He decided to merge his passions and create an application called 500 Firepaper. The app uses photos available on the 500px.com portal as your wallpaper And with this application, our home screen will never be boring again.

500 Firepaper has quite a few options available to set. You can choose which features and categories should be displayed. You can also customize the update interval. Chainfire also included a Daydream mode, which is similar to a desktop OS screensaver that can be displayed while docked or charging.

This app changes completely the look of the home screen, so it’s absolutely worth it to give 500 Firepaper a try. Take a visit to the application thread to get started.


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Tomek Kondrat

eagleeyetom is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Tomek is the only Polish moderator on XDA Developers. He graduated from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn with a degree in journalism and public communication in 2013. He's a big fan of football (not hand egg), post rock and cooking. A total addict of mobile technology, especially Android. Currently flashes dozens of custom ROMs on his OPO. View eagleeyetom's posts and articles here.
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