Enjoy the Best Space-related Wallpapers with Spacious

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If you are passionate about space and you want that to reflect that in everything you do, changing your wallpaper to something that’s a lot more dynamic and engaging could be a great place to start. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install an amazing wallpaper on your Android device.

You know how the story goes: every single Android powered device comes with a number of pre-installed static wallpapers, along with a bunch of live wallpapers from which users can select. For those of you who are not familiar with the term, let me remind you that a live wallpaper is an animated image that can sometimes be interactive, reacting to touch or air gestures. It replaces the static image that is available by default on your Home screen, but this is also eating up your battery, so think twice before taking such a chance.

After all, the Play Store has its share of great collections and you can pick up some good collections that will make your real passion present even on your phone. One of them is none other than Spacious which comes with some of the best space-related wallpapers that you can find at the moment and I am not the only one saying that.

Although the quantity of wallpapers is limited, let me assure you that something else matters the most. All wallpapers are very minimal and clean and give you a special feeling.

Something that I also a lot is that you can see the wallpapers in full screen as the Spacious app gives you an idea of how the wallpaper will look on you home screen without actually changing the wallpaper and you can easily get information for every wallpaper, such as Upload, Date, Resolution and much more. As for avoiding any confusion, you can immediately apply a wallpaper by long pressing on the wallpaper thumbnail you want.

With these being said, you can take the app from here. Install it onto your Android handset and you know what you have to do!

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Mike Blass