Android App Tablet Review: Symphony of Colors

Oct 5, 2011
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Symphony of Colors is a live wallpaper that brings your Android tablet home screen to life with an array of shapes and colors.

Once downloaded and installed, you choose it from the Wallpapers section on your tablet. On some devices you might get a shortcut icon on your home screen for easy access too. You can choose the four different colors you’d like to see, or from four preset schemes using similar shades. If you don’t like what you’ve chosen, you can always restore the originals — a nice touch. While the wallpaper is running, you can interact with it by touching the display and watching the shapes react to your touch and move around the screen.

While simple and fairly basic, Symphony of Colors is still a nice way to brighten up your tablet and this makes it an effective wallpaper that shouldn’t bog-down your device.

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Marty Gabel

Marty is the former Associate Editor for Appolicious and AndroidApps.com. He lives with his wife and infant daughter in Chicago, via London, England, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

You can follow him on Twitter, but he rarely tweets about work. Instead, he'll likely be flaunting his ham-fisted photography or spreading viral videos of silly cats.

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