- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new beautiful flying creatures appear!
- Five types of background styles - different gorgeous critters!
- Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- Choose this animated background and you won''t regret!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
One birdie is never enough – Birds Live Wallpaper will let you have dozens of them at the tip of your finger! Reach the places you’ve never seen before, above the frontiers of your boring daily life! Let this app make you feel relaxed and wipe off all troubles! Amazing critters will cheer you up for sure, and their careless flight over your screen will make you feel free as them! Decorate your phone with this lovely app and you are bound to have lots of fun!
Birds are one of the six basic groups of animals. They are best known for their ability to fly and are unmatched in their command of the skies. Albatrosses glide long distances over the open sea, hummingbirds hover motionless in mid-air, and eagles swoop down to capture prey with pinpoint accuracy. But not all of them are aerobatic experts. Some species such as kiwis and penguins, lost their ability to fly long ago in favor of lifestyles suited more for land or water.
The earliest known species, Archaeopteryx lithographica, lived about 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. Archaeopteryx possessed a blend of reptilian and avian characteristics. It had feathers and wings but instead of a bill it had a reptilian snout. Archaeopteryx did not have a keeled breastbone, a key feature for flight, so scientists are uncertain whether it was capable of true flight or if it merely glided. A total of ten Archaeopteryx fossil specimens have been unearthed over the years. All of these fossils were recovered from the limestone deposits in quarries near Solnhofen, Germany. The first Archaeopteryx skeleton, now known as the "London Specimen", was discovered in 1861.
Birds are not the only animals that are capable of flight. Bats, which are mammals, fly with great agility and insects, which are arthropods, were fluttering through the air several million years before birds took to the wing.
Download Birds Live Wallpaper and “fly high in the sky”, more free than ever, followed by a flock of feathered creatures devoted only to you!