Live Wallpaper Album Art For Nexus One
The perfect wallpaper seems to come from your pictures in your album, and now all your favorite moments can form a new wallpaper. Created by XDA member David Horn, this new live wallpaper app goes through your album and takes some images to make a collage wallpaper.
Have spent a bit more time working on Live Wallpapers, and the newest one pulls your album art and shows it on the home screen, a bit like the screensaver OS X comes with.
It’s still early days but all seems to work fine, and I’m looking for a few beta testers who’d be willing to give it a shot before I release it onto the Market. Send me a private message if you’re interested – beta testers will get a free copy of the app once it’s published to the Market and first dibs on new features.
I know if I owned a Nexus One I would try this out.
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