WebLiveWallpaper is a free smartphone application, sized at 99KB and compatible with devices running Android 1.5 and later. Using the app you can set up any website as the background image of your phone. You can specify a website that regularly changes its images or you can specify the broadcast URL of a webcam feed. Next you select a refresh time for the app to fetch a new image from the URL.
A user friendly smartphone app that provides dynamic background image.
Like having a stash of beautiful wallpaper images on your computer? Dream Desktop has several thousand to choose from, and their free Desktop Agent program makes it easy to download and enjoy your favorites.
Install the Agent and head to its configuration screen. There you can choose which images you want to display — either random selections from those you mark as favorites in the search view (above, left) or anything Dream Desktop has tagged within the categories you choose — or both!
You can also specify the interval between wallpaper changes, customize the maximum size of your local image cache (the default is 100MB), and enable or disable updates and notifications. Desktop Agent can also be set to launch when Windows starts up, and you can select which category you want to appear first when opening the main program window.
There are plenty of stunning images available, though I do have two small gripes. Resolution could be higher (scaling leads to some predictable graininess on my 1920×1080 display) and there’s no support for dual-monitor configs. Still, I’d much rather see this on a customer’s desktop than Webshots…
Downloadr is a photo downloader for Microsoft Windows. It provides a simple interface to download large sized images from Flickr to your computer. You do not need a Flickr account to use Downloadr, though you do have even more functionality (like the ability to do a complete backup of all your photos) if you register at flickr.com. For a comprehensive overview of what Downloadr is able to do please watch the Screencast.
Here is a short list of what Downloadr can currently do for you. This is not a complete list of all features, only the major ones are listed here. New features are added from time to time and you will automatically be able to use them thanks to Downloadr’s update function. Please be aware that Downloadr is still beta software: Use it, but do not rely on it. It may harm your PC or your flickr account, even though it has been tested many times.
Searches photos by
Automatically downloads largest avaiable size
Authenticates with flickr to download private photos
Can create a backup of all your photos with just a few clicks
Writes EXIF and IPTC data so titles, tags and location are preserved
However Desktop Nexus is more than the text you see on this website. Desktop Nexus is a community. We’ve built a passionate member-base around technology that does not drive this site, but rather supports it. Our technology allows members to interact, sharing real-time feedback with artists or photographers. It allows visitors to subscribe to RSS feeds and get notified whenever a new wallpaper is uploaded to one of their favorite categories. It takes every wallpaper uploaded by the members of this site, and automatically crops, stretches, resizes, and remasters the image to fit your screen size perfectly. Desktop Nexus provides a medium for members to share their desktop creations with the world.
There are many places online to find desktop wallpapers, but none can compete with Desktop nexus for the volume of high-quality, well organized wallpapers we offer.
ThetaWall changes desktop wallpapers periodically using the image files it finds in subdirectories. Perfect for your single-monitor, dual-monitor, triple-monitor, and multi-screen computers, ThetaWall knows how to span images across displays, make collages of many photos, or simply put one image on each monitor. It includes options to enlarge and reduce images to fit, and can even act as a screen saver. No installation is required if you already have the .NET Framework.