At Android Police, we generally like apps, but we actually prefer the ones that are straightforward, attractive, and cost nothing. Consider the newest software from designer Rushikesh Kamewar, Dynamic Wallpaper.

Users of this free, ad-free software can choose among 17 endearing trios of wallpapers made by designers Pashapuma Design, Nayella, and Sai Naveen. When the battery is charged or when it is getting low, the wallpapers alternate between each other. Make sure you take that into account because the main page of the program features a menu item that will take you directly to your system power settings. The first condition is typically related to when your device enters battery saver mode.

The program doesn’t consume a lot of power because it only initiates a brief background operation when the power requirements are met. The transition between wallpapers isn’t elegant; it’s a rapid cut to black and then to the next wallpaper.

Although it’s very early, Kamewar says he plans to give users the option to select three of their own wallpapers in a future release. There will undoubtedly be more wallpapers from various designers in those upgrades. The creator is aware that include all the wallpapers in the app will make it larger. Its 38MB size is a bit excessive for such a basic program.

The program doesn’t consume a lot of power because it only initiates a brief background operation when the power requirements are met. The transition between wallpapers isn’t elegant; it’s a rapid cut to black and then to the next wallpaper.

Although it’s very early, Kamewar says he plans to give users the option to select three of their own wallpapers in a future release. There will undoubtedly be more wallpapers from various designers in those upgrades. The creator is aware that include all the wallpapers in the app will make it larger. Its 38MB size is a bit excessive for such a basic program.

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