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Honeycomb Live Wallpaper In HD
Honeycomb LWP supports all types of resolutions and even supports legacy phones such as the original G1. The LWP also supports tablets from version 1.04 onwards.
There are three distinct modes to play called Racing Flares, Lightning Strikes (tap the screen to provoke lightning) and Electric Sparks. Customisable features include framerate, trail length, colours.
Honeycomb LWP is available in a free version where special modes last for a limited time after each time they are applied, however there is no limit to the number of times that they can be re-enabled.
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