Also see how to clean up and remove leftover files after uninstalling apps from your device. You can let the app decide which images to display or select them yourself. Just tap on the cogwheel below the My Photos option, tap on the plus sign at the bottom, and select the images you want the app to select from. Apparently, there is no limit as to how many photos you can choose.
If you plan to have your desktop background change every six hours, place four background images in it. Apple’s macOS 10.14 Mojave offers “Dynamic Desktop” wallpapers that change based on the time of day. You can get something similar on Windows, either by using the standard background settings or by digging into the Task Scheduler. You can also set a background easily from the right-click context menu as well.
This app is the best choice if you want to design live video wallpaper with different effects. You can also create a live wallpaper using a gif by tweaking its speed, frame count, and other settings so that it goes with the screen size of your smartphone. With iOS 16’s overhaul of lock screen customization, Apple introduced a feature that lets you choose a shuffling set of pictures for your wallpaper.
You can easily pick wallpapers of your choice to change them automatically. Apple has hit it out of the park with lock screen customization on iPhone. You can now create photos shuffle on the iPhone lock screen.
Bob is using Shieldz made by Zinsser in the photo. Using wall size will help the paper adhere to the wall and reduce the chance that the paper will shrink. It also makes it easier to remove the paper when the time comes.
What are your overall thoughts on this neat workaround? Should Apple add video wallpapers as a feature in future iterations of iOS and iPadOS? Do you know of another method to get this done?