The Smurfs 2 3D Live Wallpaper

The Smurfs 2 3D Live Wallpaper

Sometimes you can get apps on Google Play that are not games. The Smurfs 2 3D Live Wallpaper is one such app. As the name of it suggests this is a live wallpaper. There are no surprises when you get it installed as it really is what it says it is. You may like it, however, or not. It depends on you.

The thing is that this wallpaper is nothing special. Yes, it has 3D effects and a spinning Smurfette as well as a number of in-program settings but this is pretty much it. When you touch your Android device display Smurfette will also giggle, unless you turn the sound off. The only interesting thing when it comes to this app is that with time Smurfette is supposed to turn into a really beautiful chick – given you have the nerves to wait that long.

The Smurfs 2 3D Live Wallpaper is a free app, and that is a plus so you can download it and take a look at it without looking for your wallet. You can read more about this Android application right here.

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