Fire Screen

Fire Screen

The Android operating system allows you to customize its wallpapers in numerous ways but sometimes no matter what you do your Android device simply looks boring. The solution is simple – download an Android app from Google Play that makes your display a bit different!

Fire Screen is one such app – it promises to add flames to your display that make it more exciting, funnier and more visually appealing. The app does not have any other features or functions so it is not surprising that Fire Screen is a small-sized application. You can download it and then have it installed in a matter of seconds so this should not worry you. So far so good.

Unfortunately you should not expect much from Fire Screen as like we said this is a simple app. The application adds flames to your Android display and this is it. Moreover the flames are added only when you have Fire Screen running and they only appear if you touch the display. These visual effects are nothing special – they look plain and there is no sound at all! As you can see Fire Screen is an app that will give you some fun for some short time and that’s all. At least Fire Screen is free.

Interested? Fire Screen is here on Google Play.

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