When it comes to wallpapers, you have quite a few of them to choose from. You can add Disney wallpaper to your device, or you can set a different wallpaper for dual displays on your Windows computer. But have you ever tried using your device’s camera for real-time wallpaper?
By following these instructions every time you move, your wallpaper will consist of where you’re pointing your device’s camera. To make this happen, you’re only going to need to install one app.
How to Add Transparent Wallpaper to Any Android Device
The app you’re going to need to use your device’s camera as real-time wallpaper is called Live wallpaper – Transparent. Once you have the app installed, it’s going to ask you for the necessary permissions. Once the app is up and running, choose the Transparent option from the app’s main page.
You’ll need to choose whether you want the rea-time wallpaper for your home screen or your lock screen and home screen. Now you can safely exit the app, and you’ll notice how whatever your device’s camera is pointing at will be your real-time wallpaper.
As long as you have this app installed, you won’t be able to use face detection to do things such as unlock your Android Device. Your camera will already be in use by the app. Also, the app will use a lot of battery power. So if you’re usually running low on battery, then using this app might not be such a good idea.
If you’re tired of using the traditional wallpaper, you can always use your device’s camera for real-time wallpaper. Just take into consideration the battery power usage and not being able to use face detection. But if you’re OK with that, enjoy! Do you think you’re going to give the app a try? Let me know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.