Wallpapers are the most basic customization an operating system can allow. Even iOS allows changing wallpapers, that’s how basic it is. On a Windows 10 device, Wallpapers are pretty much the only thing you can change in terms of how things look, apart from the accent color. Of course, if you’re willing to risk it you can change a whole lot more than just wallpapers and accent colors. I don’t know about you but I change my wallpapers quite frequently. If you’re the same, it might be a struggle finding new wallpapers as often. Here are 5 wallpaper apps for Windows 10 that’ll fulfill all your wallpaper needs, hopefully.
1. 9Zen Wallpaper Changer
9Zen Wallpaper Changer, previously known as Brilli Wallpaper Changer, is arguably the most feature-rich wallpaper app available on the Microsoft Store. Most apps offer wallpaper from a single source such as Bing, or Unsplash. 9Zen offers you wallpapers from various sources, including Bing. You can set a region for Bing daily images and also set them as your desktop and lock screen wallpaper so that you have a new wallpaper every day. You can also create a collection of your favorite wallpapers, change the time interval at which wallpapers change, etc. It’s a free app but it is ad-supported and only allows 2 collections each with 30 wallpapers. If you want more you’ll need to buy the full version for at least $2.99.
2. Dinamic Wallpaper
Like 9Zen, Dinamic Wallpaper brings you wallpapers from a variety of different sources which include Bing, 500px Pulse, 500px Macro and NASA Astronomy. You can also add your own local collection to the app. Also, like 9Zen, it allows you to select your region for the Bing Daily wallpaper. The app automatically changes your desktop and/or lockscreen wallpaper but you cannot select an interval manually. It can also automatically download and save an applied wallpaper to your PC. The app is free, mostly, but you’ll have to pay for access to some parts of it.
3. Dynamic Theme
Dynamic Theme is a must have Windows 10 app especially if you frequently change wallpapers. Even though the name suggests it changes more than just Wallpapers, it doesn’t. The app is free though and mimics the Windows 10 interface quite nicely. It feels like a built-in app and a part of the OS instead of a third-party app. You can set the app to change your desktop and/or lockscreen wallpaper to a single Bing or Windows Spotlight image. You can also set it to change your wallpaper automatically with new Bing and Windows Spotlight images. There’s not much to the app outside of these two sources. You can set a region for Bing, preview both Bing an Windows Spotlight images before applying, automatically save them to your PC and also set a time interval.
4. Wallpaper Studio 10
If you’ve used wallpaper apps on Android, you were probably expecting an app with a huge collection of wallpapers neatly put into categories. So far we haven’t given you that but Wallpaper Studio 10 is an app of that kind. It offers wallpapers in various categories like abstract, car, funny, life, nature, quotes, sports etc. There are thousands of wallpapers to choose from and you can also have the app automatically change your desktop and/or lockscreen wallpapers at set intervals. The app brings you a great community and you can also upload your own wallpapers to share with the world. The downside is the intrusive and annoying ads but you can get rid of them for $1.35.
5. Splash! – Unsplash Wallpaper
Splash! – Unsplash Wallpaper is an unofficial Unsplash client for Windows 10. For those unaware, Unsplash is an increasingly popular source of high-quality images that users have started using as wallpapers, hence the increasing popularity. Splash! as you can now guess, offers you these high-quality images as wallpapers without having to browse through the website. The app is extremely simple to use and you can get started right away once it is installed. When you launch it, your desktop wallpaper changes automatically. By default, the app will keep changing your desktop wallpaper at 1-hour intervals but you can change that and more in the settings. You can also simply click on the app to switch to the next wallpaper and there’s an endless supply of those. The wallpapers are automatically saved to your PC as well.