Tapet uses math to generate wallpapers that automatically fit your device's screen resolution. All images are generated on your device, and most of them seem to draw inspiration from Google's Material Design - which is a good thing if you're fan of abstract wallpapers.
As an app, Tapet is very simple to use: swipe up to generate a new wallpaper, swipe down to generate the previous one, swipe right to change colors, and swipe left to change the patterns (while not changing colors). When you like what you're seeing, hit the Apply button to make that your device's new wallpaper. You can also use Like and Dislike buttons to allow the app to learn what kind of patterns and colors you like.
Tapet is free to download via Google Play (see the source link below), and you can generate as many free wallpapers as you want. However, the app also offers many "premium" wallpapers that you'll have to buy if you want to use.
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How to generate infinite Android wallpapers
3. And then you'll be able to generate wallpapers just by swiping - up, down, left, and right. This is an example of a wallpaper that you can create.
source: Google Play