Windows 10 is a universal operating system from Microsoft and one advantage coming with this universal strategy are the universal apps which are available for all windows platforms. One of these universal apps is the Dinamic Wallpaper app. This app is available for free in the universal app store and can be downloaded on Desktop PC’s Tablets and mobile devices.
You might have been come across our detailed article about this app already which we have published a couple of weeks ago, if not head over to the article here. The app uses one new feature which has been implemented by Microsoft in Windows 10 Mobile. A lot of users where asking for the ability to automatically update the startscreen background picture in Windows Phone 8.1 which can now be used. In Dinamic Wallpaper, developer Dino Borogovac is using exactly this feature. In the app are implemented four themes which you can use for free: Bing Daily Picture, 500px Pulse Picture, NASA Astronomy Picture and your Local collection. The app however, is existing for a while in the windows app store now and while the app is completely free and has not implemented any ads, the developer has decided to add new themes but to make them available for a small fee.
With the latest update of the app, 500px Macro Theme has been added. This theme lets you automatically update your Lock- and Homescreen on your desktop and mobile devices with beautiful macro shots from 500px. Although the initial themes remain free in the app for everyone this newly added feature is available to buy through the windows app store.
The developer has contacted me and sent me a few vouchers to give you the chance to get the first new theme of dynamic wallpaper for free. Below there are listed 5 vouchers which can bring you the theme for free:
If you have not tested the Universal Dinamic Wallpaper app head, head over to the Windows Store to do so. Currently the app does have a small bug where it gives you a notification for an updated start or homescreen image although it has not been changed by the app. However a fix for the app has been published already by the developer and there is still the ability to turn off notifications in the app settings in case you are annoyed by these.
Drop me a comment below with your opinion on this universal windows app and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news. Don’t forget to give the developer some feedback in the app store in case you like the app.
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