Walli

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Walli

A creative wallpaper changer features a huge collection of artists’ works.

4.5

Our rating: 

4.5
Get It: Android | iOS
License: Free (Limited features)

Pros & Cons:

Built-in wallpaper changer with free downloads, frequency controls, curated wallpapers with artists’ profiles.
Supported by ads, limited features in the free version.

Our Review:

Walli is a wallpaper changer with a huge collection of curated high quality wallpapers created by artists from around the world.

In the free version of the app, you can download up to 10 images or watch video ads for each additional image. The images can be easily added to the playlist, which is set to change wallpapers in a random order every few hours or days.

While the free version works for average users, the paid-for premium version of the app gives you more features, such as setting the frequency of changing wallpapers in minutes, removing ads, and adding unlimited images in the playlists that work offline.

Walli offers you downloading images that best fit your device in either rectangular or square shape, with a condition that you agree to download the images for personal use only.

Besides exploring a huge collection of high quality wallpapers classified into a few categories, the app lets you find out the profiles of the artists who created the wallpapers. For the artists you like, you can follow them and get more of their similar works.

Under your own profile, you can review your favorite artists, downloaded wallpapers, and apply to become a Walli artist to showcase your work to Walli users as well.

Walli encourages user content creation. If you share your work with Walli users, you gain recognition of your talent besides having a chance to earn a percentage of the revenue, which Walli receives from the ads when the users download the wallpapers.

p.s. The screenshot shows the art created by TyneBobier, who is a fashion designer/illustrator from the Philippines.

Headline:

Explore the Artists Who Made the Wallpapers You Liked


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