DescriptionDifferent snowflake patterns falling all over your phone screen! Download 'Make Snowflakes Live Wallpaper' app and create as many flakes of snow as you like by tapping on the screen! Enjoy beautiful pictures of snow in the background!
- Ideal live wallpaper for Android!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new snowflakes fall!
- Five types of background styles - different winter pictures!
- Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- Choose this animated background and you won't regret!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Winter's frigid temperatures may chill the bones, but snow lends a magical air to almost any picture. 'Make Snowflakes Live Wallpaper' is inspired by winter and snow and gives you the opportunity to create different flakes which will gracefully fall down your screen any time you touch it. Moreover, there are five unique pictures of snow in the background that will fascinate you and charm you with their delicate beauty.
Have you ever looked at a "flake of snow" and wondered how it formed or why it looks different from some other you might have seen?
When droplets of water in a cloud come into contact with tiny particles-specks of dust, tiny pollutants, minuscule pieces of vegetation that have been carried up by wind-they freeze into ice crystals and begin to fall. Traveling through a cloud, these ice crystals may pass by air containing super cooled droplets, which is water that is below the freezing point but remains a liquid. These droplets attach themselves to the sides of the ice crystals, where they freeze, forming flakes of snow. When water freezes it forms flat, six-sided ice crystals (though the way the crystals clump together accounts for a number of different shapes). As these crystals increase in size, they fall to Earth. If the cloud from which they fall is low in the sky, the droplets are likely to stay frozen and will fall to the ground as snow.
Although it's hard to imagine, each flake does seem to be unique, with a shape or size unlike any other. One American who enjoyed studying the weather, W. A. Bentley, spent nearly 50 years of his life making microphotographs of them to see if this was true and he never found two that were alike.
Have fun with 'Make Snowflakes Live Wall paper' and enjoy using it!