LWP Creator for Samsung Galaxy Tab
A few months ago, we talked about Ownskin, which is an app for Android that made it a breeze to make your own LWP (Live Wallpaper). About a month later, due to the sheer success of the app, this went free in the market. As time went by, the app kept on growing in popularity and due to the new Android devices coming out on a monthly basis, the app needs to grow to accommodate the ever growing user base. This time, XDA member madwolfchin has updated the app, so that it would work with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. This will allow Tab owners to customize the background of the home screen in any way they please.
As always, since this is a brand new addition, there may be bugs. So, if you have a Tab, and want to take this for a spin, make sure that you leave some feedback.
We just added support to create Live Wallpaper for Galaxy Tab
A preview of the content is at
Hope to get some beta tester,
All comments welcome
Thanks for reading
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