Paperland Live Wallpaper gives your Android device a paper look

Paper style graphics are becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason: It looks good. Paperland is a live wallpaper for Android that is the ultimate resource for giving your home screen that papery look, at least the wallpaper.

Paperland is based around a scrolling landscape that you can configure to your needs. There are themes to choose from, as well as customization options for every little detail, which can also be randomized. This allows for a near infinite amount of variations, and should also help keep things fresh. You can also have the day cycle in the wallpaper match real life, so that the sun and moon rise and set like they do in the real world.

This type of graphics, with a rather limited range of colors and very clear distinctions between objects, more or less always look good no matter what device you’re on, as they’re less dependent on resolution and color range than real life imagery. That, on top of all the customization options, makes this something worth checking out. There’s a free version and a $1 paid version, where the paid version has a few more features.

Download: Google Play

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Andreas Ødegård

Andreas Ødegård is more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets. His day job as a teacher keeps him interested in education tech and takes up most of his time.