Personalizing your iPhone is great fun, but we always find ourselves paralyzed by indecision. Do we go for that brightly colored sports motif or a dark and sinister wallpaper that makes us look all edgy while making it possible to actually read what our notifications say?
We do enjoy a nice iPhone wallpaper here at RP, and that's exactly what the 'Stainless Steel Apple Logo Wallpapers' are. They're free, and you're going to want to download them!
At Wednesday's I/O keynote event, Google unleashed Android L, its newest and most advanced flavor of the famed mobile software, and with the subsequent roll-out of the SDK to developers, interested parties have since been able to check out the all-new "Material Design" language, alongside a number of other key enhancements. If you're not a developer, or simply don't wish to get involved with preview software, there is a way you can get a taster of things to come on your current device thanks to the release of the new Android L wallpapers. Below, we've got a preview of these eye-catching new backdrops, as well as the relevant info on how to go about obtaining them, so join us after the break!
With each new version of iOS and OS X comes the inevitable spate of new wallpapers, and with both iOS 8 and OS X now out in their respective beta / Developer Preview states, those new-look backdrops are now available to download for all.
Even though applying an iPhone lock screen wallpaper is as simple as moving and scaling, it's fair to say that not every image or photo looks good as a background. In fact, because you're dealing with limited space and various UI elements including the clock and unlock slider, it's often rather difficult to find an image that seems to just work, but thanks to an appropriately-named app called Lockscreen Wallpaper Designer, you can easily turn almost any image into a beautiful backdrop.
WWDC is regularly used by Apple to give us a first glimpse at the next-generation of iOS and provide us some valuable insights into how the company is performing and what the immediate future might look like. If that's still not reason enough to sit up and take note, then how about some fantastic free WWDC 2014 themed wallpapers for your iPhone and iPad?
HTC's elusive 'M8' handset is due to be announced later on this month, but while the Taiwanese company will have wanted to save some details until the official unveiling, the cat is already out of the bag thanks to an unofficial hands-on video. The lengthy clip arrived amid a wave of leaks pertaining to the so-called "HTC One 2," and now, the device's new stock wallpapers have emerged and you can download them right away.
You can now download Galaxy S5 wallpapers for your iPhone, Android and Windows Phone device. Direct download links can be found right here.
With the arrival of iOS 7 it's an undeniable fact that Apple changed the way our iPhones, iPads and iPod touches look in a pretty major way. Whether you like the more colorful, more flat and more playful aesthetic or not, there's no doubt that the hardware in your hand may have stayed the same, but the software is all-new.
The Nexus 5 received so much pre-announcement speculation and attention that its success was pretty much guaranteed before it even hit the shelves. The Google initiated and LG-manufactured device has managed to pretty much cement itself as the hottest smartphone on the market at the minute, and immediately after its launch, people started to see shortages in stock. If you're waiting for delivery of your unit, or just couldn't get your hands on one then why not get your hands on the official Nexus 5 wallpapers from Android 4.4 KitKat right now?