Now works with Galaxy Nexus and Rezound! See "HD Phone" in settings to enable.
A cool, honeycomb-inspired abstract live wallpaper. Blue, patterned rings slowly rotate independently and fade in and out. OpengGL. Works on Honeycomb! Watch the video for a demo! Extremely low battery and resource usage (check battery stats)
I created this wallpaper because I loved the basic art used and wished it would move. I''m also a bit tired of so many live wallpapers that look very cool, but are too "busy" or colorful to make good long-term useable wallpapers. This is pretty, but still a "background". Art is courtesy Ryan Bliss of Digital Blasphemy: http://www.digitalblasphemy.com
Please support poor dev and his dog by purchasing paid app. See "settings" for more info. Or at least give us a good rating!
Paid app has these benefits:
* touch-enabled! Swipe up or down to spin the rings faster. Tap quickly to slow down again************
* More options for colors! Tron blue, magenta, green, pink, MagBlue, red, "fire", "ice" and more coming soon!
* multiple fade schemes: linear, heartbeat, pulse and none
*configurable max/min fade, fade speed, and spin speed (in sync and alt modes)
* sync schemes: make the rings spin in sync, alternating pattern, or random pattern,
* special effects: "centre glows" or does not fade out
* change minimum fade value for linear fade style
* shift circle centre up down or left and right!
* scale circles
Has been tested on a variety of platforms. Works very well on WVGA phones (especially Galaxy S and Galaxy S 2). Scales correctly for Honeycomb (tested on Galaxy Tab 10.1).
Performance heavily optimised using OpenGL and good memory handling. Won''t slow your phone down at all. Any OS/platform not working, please email me. If you have a qHD phone, I would like to know if it''s centered.
Special thanks to "Deep" Live wallpaper dev and Robert Green for excellent OpenGL framework. I will open source this in time to contribute back.
Please support me with a good rating! I will respond to all direct emails.
**Known Issue: If you manually modify your DPI from what it should be then you will see white squares