Wolves Live Wallpaper

Wolves Live Wallpaper
(1700 total ratings on Google Play)
Pro Live Wallpapers / Personalization
Downloads: 100k
(1700 total ratings on Google Play)


Wolves Live Wallpaper is adorable “live wallpaper “ that will make you roar whenever you look at your phone or tablet screen. Download the Wolves Live Wallpaper application for Android™ and become the proud owner of this energetic and cool wallpaper completely free. Your screen can be the embodiment of strength, power and beauty, all at the same time! Dare to look danger in the eye! Download this app for free now and you won’t regret it.

- Amazing live wallpaper for your phone!
- Amazing HD graphics
- Social share button and more
- This beautiful, free and enjoyable background is waiting for you!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
- You can choose from several different themes.
- HD graphics and open GL.
- Optimized Battery Usage - the wallpaper app will sleep when your phone is inactive, so this live wallpaper will not drain your battery.
- Compatible with 99% mobile phone devices.
- Wolves Live Wallpaper fully supports horizontal orientation and looks amazing on tablet devices as well as on phones

The popular image of the wolf is significantly influenced by the Big Bad Wolf stereotype from Aesop''s Fables and Grimm''s Fairy Tales. The Christian symbolism where the wolf represents the devil, or evil, being after the "sheep" who are the living faithful, is found frequently in western literature. The wolf in the Scandinavian tradition as either representing the warrior or as a symbol of Odin, sometimes combined with the Christian symbolism as the wolf representing evil or the devil, came to be a popular attribute in the heavy metal music subculture, used by bands such as Sonata Arctica, Marduk, Watain, Wintersun, and Wolf.
In Proto-Indo-European mythology, the wolf was presumably associated with the warrior class, who would "transform into wolves" (or dogs) upon their initiation. This is reflected in Iron Age Europe in the Tierkrieger depictions from the Germanic sphere, among others. The standard comparative overview of this aspect of Indo-European mythology is McCone (1987).In Japan, grain farmers once worshiped wolves at shrines and left food offerings near their dens, beseeching them to protect their crops from wild boars and deer. Talismans and charms adorned with images of wolves were thought to protect against fire, disease, and other calamities and brought fertility to agrarian communities and to couples hoping to have children. The Ainu people believed that they were born from the union of a wolflike creature and a goddess.

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