Google's Wallpapers app now offers even more free, high-res wallpapers

In case you didn't know, Google has its own Wallpaper app. Released last year, at about the same time with the Pixel and Pixel XL, the app is dubbed Google Wallpapers, and it's available for all Android devices. 

Today, Google updated the app with various new wallpapers, in addition to unspecified bug fixes and interface improvements (though these are likely to go unnoticed).

Overall, Google Wallpapers currently offers almost 300 high-resolution, nice-looking wallpapers - like the one seen on the left. The images are split into five categories: Cityscape, Earth, Landscapes, Life, and Textures. Needless to say, all wallpapers are free to use.

Google Wallpapers is compatible with most devices running Android 4.1 or newer. However, if you have a device running at least Android 7.0, you can enjoy one of the app's cool features that lets you have different wallpapers on your home screen and lock screen. 

If you haven't done it already, go ahead and try Google Wallpapers by downloading it from the Play source link below.

source: Google Play via Reddit


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