Paris winter v1.0.1 Apk | 8 MB| Mediafire
Requires Android:2.1 and up
The snow is falling on the roofs of the old town and the neon colors are playing with the ligths!
At the winter night you can choose the color of the sky. With the new touch and move feature you can grab and move items. But suddenly something happens: If you touch the roof of the hotel, it opens a door and you can see a figure that rises to the sky full of color. Merry Christmas dear travelers. Welcome to this miniature Paris. An animated background full of movement and imagination with traditional animations that have been hand drawn with great detail.
Gauli presents the most original collection of life wallpapers, characterized by smooth and continuous movements. Gorgeous, full of depth and a unique style that will surprise everyone. Every detail reacts to the touch with magnetism and elegance. Open a window to the magical world of Gauli.
Gauli’s Live Wallpapers is a new concept, developed for the decoration of the new interactive devices in which the beautiful illustrations being the characteristics of the brand, come alive on screen.
This is made for small mobile devices and tablets of high resolution, you’ll enjoy it anyway.
If you find any errors please send it to the developer mailing and we will solved it in future updates.
The use of RAM is absolutely fully optimized, and so far we chose not to be installed on the SD card, since it could produce unexpected closures. To use the Live Wallpaper, you will will see an application icon, which will take you directly to the menu of Live Wallpapers, and there you will select yours.
We will answer to your proposals, suggestions or ideas.
NOTE FOR GALAXY S3: to obtain the scrolling background effect, need to install another launcher like “GO Launcher EX”, “Nova Launcher” or any other on google play, but we are working in a solution for this.
ONLY FOR JELLYBEAN USERS: The App Encryption for paid Apps introduced in Android 4.1 causes that Live Wallpapers (only paid) disappearing after a reboot and forcing the user to pick them again from the Live Wallpaper selector. We (and google) are currently working in a solution, sorry for the inconvenience.