Do you know what is the best thing that like most about Bing (after being a search engine) is its daily wallpaper feature? If you ever noticed earlier, when you open Bing, every day you will see a different background wallpaper. Now finally, Microsoft launched the Bing Wallpaper App for Android with a lot of features. It is a feature-packed wallpapers app for your smartphone. I used to download that wallpaper daily to use to set that as my desktop wallpaper.
In this particular article, we will be discussing each and every corner of the Bing Wallpapers App for Android. Microsoft recently released a Windows app to put these wallpapers on your desktop, and now, there’s an Android app too.
Bing Wallpaper App
The main selling point for the Bing Wallpapers app is its set of daily images, usually an album of photos of well-photographed scenes from around the world. The app updates every day with a replacement set during a vertically scrolling list so you’ll choose your favorite to show into a wallpaper; or if picking one for yourself is just too much effort, you’ll set the app to automatically update the wallpaper with the featured image of the day. That option is hidden within the navigation drawer, but there’s a screen for setting the update frequency and whether it’s allowed to use mobile data when it gets a new image.
As you’d expect, the Bing Wallpapers app sources a group of wallpapers from the program, which is typically a set of well-photographed landscapes from around the world. The app updates daily with a replacement set of wallpapers that you simply can prefer to set as your wallpaper.
In case you don’t wish to manually select a replacement wallpaper a day, the app gives you the choice to automatically update your device’s wallpaper with the featured image of the day. You also get the choice to line an update frequency and to settle on whether the app can use mobile data to source the wallpapers for the day.
On top of that, the app displays a gallery of previously featured images which will be filtered by category, primary color, and country of origin. Tapping on any image brings up some information about the photo, along with side buttons for sharing the photo, setting it as your current wallpaper, and searching up related images from Bing.
There’s also a gallery of previously featured images which will be filtered by category, primary color, and country of origin. Tapping on any of those images will mention some background information on the photo, buttons for sharing or setting it as a background, and related images from Bing.
The Bing Wallpapers app is completely free to use and doesn’t include any ads or in-app purchases. If you’re interested in trying out the app on your device, you can either download it from the Play Store link or you can pick up the latest release from APK Mirror.
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