WaPaC 1.4 Released
Everyone likes to change their wallpapers as it’s an easy way to overhaul the look of your device, but it’s never long before your newest choice starts to look dull and overly familiar. Luckily, Rapid81‘s Wallpaper Changer (‘WaPaC’) application prevents you from ever getting bored of your home screen’s background.
WaPac can be programmed to change your Windows or Manila wallpaper after a given time interval. You can select any number of files on your phone or its SD card through which the application will cycle, ensuring that every time you see your home screen you’re pleased to see something refreshing and new. The recent update to version 1.4 brings a ‘change now’ prompt to the software along with the allowal of once-per-minute changes, the removal of the limit of pictures you can select, specifically timed wallpaper changes which may be set like an alarm clock, Co0kie’s Home Tab version 1.8 support and numerous bug fixes.
You can download the application and try it for yourself from the application thread.
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