|Description||Wall Switch is an automated wallpaper switcher that lets you use any number of your local photo albums as a source for constantly changing your wallpaper.|
Fully supports all devices running at least webOS 2.0, including the Pre, the Pre Plus, the Pre 2, the Veer, and the TouchPad.
On the main screen:
•Tap to select/unselect any number of albums to use as a source (TouchPad users even have access to their Synergy photos). Use the Checkmark icon to select all or the Cancel icon to deselect all.
•Tap the Save icon to save your changes or the Discard icon to undo your current changes.
•Tap the ON/OFF button to turn on or off the Wall Switch service. Shows ON when you have successfully turned on the service.
•Use the menu to quickly Clear All Banned Photos in all albums or to Ban the current wallpaper.
•Tap & hold on an individual album for a submenu:
- Review All Photos.
- Review Banned Photos.
- Clear Banned Photos for only that specific album.
On the Review Photos screen:
• Use the Checkmark icon to select all or the Cancel icon to deselect all of the photos.
• Tap the Save icon to save your changes or the Discard icon to undo your current changes.
From the dashboard:
• Use the Wall Switch icon to show/restart the main application.
• Use the Switch button to immediately skip to the next photo.
• Use the Ban button to prevent the current wallpaper from being shown again while also skipping immediately to the next photo.
Use the Preferences:
• Control the amount of time between switches (in minutes or hours).
• Control the order of the photos (random or album order).
• Control the display format of the photos (centered, zoomed, or stretched).
• Control whether or not to wake your device to do a switch.
• Control when to show the dashboard.
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|File Size||2976.85 KB|
|Copyright||Copyright 2011 Appsotutely, Inc|
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