Fireflies lockscreen

Fireflies lockscreen

One of the good things about Android is that you can apply a lot of effects to this mobile OS, including effects that work with the Android wallpaper. Fireflies lockscreen will do just that and more – it will change your boring Android wallpaper into something that you will surely enjoy.

The application we are talking about is small-sized and you can have it downloaded and installed in a matter of seconds. When run it will present you with an options window where you can change and adjust various options pertaining to the wallpaper. As to it – prepare for some nice emotions – the wallpaper that you will get will take you to some ancient and mysterious times that resemble stories by Tolkien and other similar authors. We have to say that the overall wallpaper tone resembles some wallpapers created and used in Apple iOS devices but this is not a bad thing after all; in addition to that the fireflies that you will see are really nice. All in all you will really enjoy this free Android app except for one thing – it has ads of one particularly obnoxious game but we will not mention its name.

Fireflies lockscreen can be yours for free here on Google Play.

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