Monday, October 11, 2010

Burning Flame Live Wallpaper 1.0 released!

Hot new live wallpaper from gentlemandroid! Light up that boring old home screen with an exciting dance of flame. Burning Flame produces beautiful displays of interactive combustion. Slide a finger across your screen and ignite your display. Burn through your battery life visually, but not literally. Burning Flame is dynamic yet economic, with a minuscule filesize and a modest battery consumption. And yes, all of this can be yours without setting your wallet on fire!


Features
  • Customization: Choose between 36 different color schemes for the flames. Select a background color of your choice. Choice of pattern display including a morphing star animation, the current time of day and flames licking the bottom of the screen.
  • Interaction: New flames follow your fingers across the screen. Change colors with a tap of the screen.
  • Performance: Tweak render settings for better performance or longer battery life.
  • Music Visualization: Multiple music visualizations will react to music playing on the device, including multiple waveforms as well as a frequency spectrum.

Full Version:


Lite Version:


 Instructions

After purchase simply long press on your current wallpaper to bring up the shortcut menu. Navigate to Wallpapers / Live Wallpapers, then select Burning Flame LiveWallpaper. You can then select Set wallpaper to start using your new live wallpaper. You can also select Settings to modify the way the simulation is rendered.

If you find yourself concerned about battery life you can adjust the Frame-Rate and Flame Resolution settings. The default frame-rate is 15 and should be suitable for most phones. Users of older models may wish to set this at around 10 or use the lower resolution setting. Conversely for a smoother experience, users of newer phones should not have a problem running at 20-25 fps at the cost of course of a little more battery life. Usage patterns vary from user to user so experiment to find what is suitable for you.