This morning we’re having a look at three of the best live wallpapers to trend over the past several days. These wallpapers work on Android devices and are all free to download and free to use. Users will find these live wallpapers to be especially interactive and/or deep-minded because they’ve all participated in the program called “Android Experiments” with android apps aplenty.
The Android Experiments program is not particularly new – but it’s very easily one of the best developer-side projects Google has ever initiated. This is proven several ways – the most obvious of these being that the program has lasted so long. New apps are being created all the time, but not all apps find themselves part of this very select group of awesome treasures.
The Double Helix live wallpaper for Android was developed by Cypher Cove and was first released back in November of 2015. This piece of work can be found on Google Play for free. Over 10,000 users have downloaded this live wallpaper so far – and the developer has a lot more where that came from.
Have a peek at the Cypher Cove app developer collection on Google Play. Lots of live wallpapers that really rock – some free, some more feature-inclusive for relatively small sums of money.
This live wallpaper by Nikolaus Baumbarten is not great for people prone to seizures. It’s not particularly great for everyday use, either. It’s mostly a sort of mind-blowing experiment that’s meant to show off the capabilities of the phone, really.
To attain the Infinite Zoom, head over to Google Play here and remember – it’s not for everyone. But for those that do enjoy it, it’s absolutely amazing. This app has been downloaded over 50,000 times!
Using the awesome powers of Swarm Intelligence, developer Yervant Kulbashian created Jacob’s Ladder. This mind-cracking experiment utilizes both artificial intelligence and C++ to create the graphics and was born in the OpenGL API. This app can be found in Google Play now for the very strange price of a dollar and eight cents.
The best part about this live wallpaper is its extremely low, nearly non-existent battery draw. Where some LWP can get particularly terrible, this one’s super-duper light. Jacob’s Ladder uses so little battery that it won’t show up in an Android smartphone’s Battery Monitor – high five to that. Also have a peek at a set of 5 Android homescreen replacement apps to spruce up your smartphone while you’re at it!