With a big WQHD+ display coupled with a 120 Hz refresh rate, the display of the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra is a sight to behold. The colors are bright, vivid, and punchy, and the butter-smooth scrolling adds to the overall experience. Hence it only makes sense to grace this awesome display with a variety of great wallpapers. Whether it’s the dark AMOLED wallpapers or shiny cityscapes, well, there are a plethora of options out there.
However, when it comes to wallpaper apps for your Android phone, you simply can’t trust any app out there, all thanks to malware, pop-up ads, or ridiculous fee structure. Just the other day, I came across an app that had in-app purchases tagged at around $105/week. Crazy, right?
Hence, we thought of rounding some of the best Android wallpaper apps for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+, to make the search easy for you.
1. 4K AMOLED Wallpapers
The best thing about AMOLED or dark wallpapers is that they help save the phone battery. And well, the dark and rich color combination enhances the overall look of the phone. If you like AMOLED wallpapers, you might want to try the 4K AMOLED Wallpaper app.
This one has a great collection of images usable as phone backgrounds. From a rich and vibrant Betta swimming in inky darkness to splashes of color on a black screen, you have it all. The best thing is that most of the images are minimal, without adding clutter to the screen.
Furthermore, you can pick between 4K images and Full HD images. The app’s interface is simple. You can switch between the trending images and the home page by a simple swipe.
However, the feature I liked the most if the Auto Wallpaper changer, which lets you switch between different images. You can customize some aspects of it such as time and type.
If you want louder AMOLED wallpapers for your phone, you should check out AmoledPix. This app bundles an assortment of wallpapers in a variety of formats, and as we said above, they fall on the loud side. But let that not deter you from trying out this app.
Its interface is simple and clutter-free. There’s just a single page on which you can browse the images. But if you look closer, you will find a nifty options bar at the bottom. And yeah, there’s also a search tab at the top to make the work easier.
And like any wallpaper app, this lets you save some images to your phone’s gallery. Plus, you can also mark a few of them as favorite. The resolution of each image is mentioned at the end of each image.
Moreover, you can also see the popularity of an image via the Downloads option, and in the process, know if anyone else shares the same taste as you.
There are no pop-up ads. However, you will find some in-line ads during scrolling.
If dark wallpapers are not your thing, then you should get the Walpy app. It sources its images from Unsplash, meaning you’ll end up with clean and minimal wallpaper.
From solid colored backgrounds to close-ups of flowers and cacti, there’s a lot for you to explore. And if you are a gadget lover, you’ll certainly love the collection of gadget-based images.
Like the first app on our list, Walpy also has the option to auto-change wallpapers. The makers of this app claim to save your phone’s battery by letting you customize the constraints.
So, if you want the home screen background to be changed only when the phone is charging or when you are connected to your home Wi-Fi, you can do so. Aside from that, you can also set the time interval and the source of the wallpapers.
Would you like your phone’s home screen to stand out from the rest? Do you want a few exclusive wallpapers on your Galaxy S20 phones? If Yes, trust Walli to deliver.
Unlike many wallpaper app which sources its images from a third-party source, Walli sources its images from a team of artists. Yep, there’s a neat community out there who creates these visually impressive images just for you.
And if you like an artist for his work, you can even follow him to get notified of new uploads.
Another interesting thing about Walli is its wallpaper playlist. Yep, you read that right! This neat feature cycles a set of images on your phone’s home screen.
All you need to do is collect a maximum of 10 images, set an interval of your liking, and set the ball rolling. Cool, right?
What’s there to like about WallPix? Well, for starters, there are wallpapers dedicated designed around the hold-punch camera of your Samsung Galaxy S20. Secondly, the app bundles a plethora of different wallpaper categories like Aerial, Minimal, Patterns, and even Sports.
And yeah, there are a couple of Wallpix originals as well. Most of the images have a resolution of 1440 x 3040, and they should look fine on your Samsung Galaxy S20 or S20+ without looking pixelated.
One of the categories you should certainly visit, should you download this app, is the Note 10 section. Aforementioned, it has images designed around the selfie shooter.
Again, the app is easy to handle. Just click on an image that you like and tap on the Set icon to well, set it as a home screen background.
WallPix doesn’t let you save images to the phone’s gallery. For that, you will have to purchase the Pro version of the app.
You can also check out DopeWalls if you love superheroes.
6. Wall X
Last but not least, we have the Wall X app. This one has an art collection of beautiful 4K & HD wallpapers spread across many different categories, just like WallPix.
What makes this app special is that a huge chunk of these photographs is beautifully-captured, which adds to the charm. So whether you are a bird lover or someone who loves simple colors, you will find the perfect representation here.
Last but not least, it automatically determines the make of your phone and optimizes the images as per it.
Set Your Phone’s Home Screen on Fire!
Apart from the above apps, you can also try out Zedge. There are a ton of wallpapers across many categories. Plus, the search tab makes using this app a bliss.
However, lately, the app has seen many issues, such as server connectivity.
So, which of these wallpaper apps will you pick?
Next up: Looking to customize your Samsung Galaxy S20? Try out the revamped Good Lock app to give it a all-new look.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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