Get the “Parallex Effect” iOS feature on Android with 3D Image Live Wallpaper


A lot of iOS 7’s features that they unveiled today at the WWDC include capabilities that Android has already had. One of those is “Parallex Effect,” which gives iPhone homescreens an illusion of the icons moving around depending on the angle at which you tilt the screen. An Android app called 3D Image Live Wallpaper does the same thing that the iOS feature does, and has actually been around for a while.  The gyroscope-controlled effect that the app provides lays over any wallpaper you choose, and it’s actually pretty cool.

The wallpaper costs $1.60 and you can download it from the Play Store via the link after the break. Try it out and let us know what you think.

source: Android Guys

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About the Author: Aditya Thawardas

Born in India and raised in Tennessee, Aditya is currently a marketing/finance student in the College of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh. Aditya started off in the world of smartphones with a first generation iPhone, until he realized what he was doing and quickly switched to Android. He then got an HTC Aria, followed by a Samsung Captivate, and today he is a proud Samsung Galaxy S III owner. Aside from writing for Talk Android, he occasionally writes for the Tennessee Titans blog, as is a huge Titans fan. In addition to the Titans, Aditya also loves all Pitt Panthers teams, the Nashville Predators, Memphis Grizzlies, and Pittsburgh Pirates. He also enjoys playing the guitar.

  • kasper

    dont have a cc, some free apps that does the same like this?
    Please let me know

  • hrsgroup

    in android you will just change a wallpaper to a 3d wallpaper

    for iOS users the beauty and detail and feeling means more.

    Sir Ive made something to close samsung’s mouth for years..!!!

  • Fred

    Look at Panoramic Screen. It uses your geroscop

  • Kezza

    I love this app! The images that come with it are nice, but if you spend a little time and tweak the settings a little the results are awesome, be interested if it plays up with the adjustments and I’ll be watching power consumption. I loaded one of my own images, an anime head and it’s just amazing. Thanks for the heads up