DroidFlag

DroidFlag

FREE

(4 stars)

(26)


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100 - 500 downloads

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-- BREAKING NEWS: DroidFlag is now free! --

DroidFlag is a live wallpaper showing a realistically animated flag blowing in the wind. In contrast
to other competitors, you can display any image you want as flag. All for free!

Show your appreciation by putting your loved ones on a flag, impress your boss with a fancy
company logo, or be a true patriot: DroidFlag includes the national flags of 200 countries.

You can even blow into the microphone to create the wind needed for the flag to move. Albeit not
very practical, this is guaranteed to turn a few heads!

Rate this app and write comments if you want more for features!

DroidFlag works with Android 4.0+ devices, and has been
explicitly tested on the following:

- Nexus 5
- Nexus 7
- Galaxy Nexus
- Nexus S

Instructions: Long-press on the background of your home screen to choose DroidFlag as your wallpaper.

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Recently changed in this version

2.0.1
- Removed unnecessary write permission on USB storage
- Fixed a crash on some devices when selecting custom images

2.0.0
- DroidFlag is now free!
- Includes national flags of all countries
- Made settings more intuitive
- Updated built-in flags


Comments and ratings for DroidFlag
  • (64 stars)

    by invernessity on 26/04/2015

    Stunning visuals and smooth animation on both Lollipop HTC One M8 and Kitkat LG tablet. Flag flies in center of home screen, and can be set to wave automatically or when you blow on it. I have asthma, with difficulty blowing, but it is possible to set the microphone's sensitivity so I barely have to blow to wave the flag. Likewise, options can make it much more difficult to move the flag when blow

  • (64 stars)

    by Ryan Daugherty on 18/08/2014

    What happened? Why does it crash when I try to add a custom picture? Getting frustrated!