New iPhone app: Grallery

Grallery – the latest iPhone app release from ustwo – is actually a showcase for their iPad wallpaper creating app, Granimator…

Grallery, the latest iPhone app release from ustwo is actually a showcase for their iPad wallpaper creating app, Granimator…

The new iPhone app – which is free to download from iTunes and also as an Android app – allows users to scroll through dozens upon dozens of Granimator user generated wallpapers. Each wallpaper can be saved and used on your iPhone and each one has info attached crediting the designer and also explaining which Granimator artist pack was used in that particular wallpaper’s creation. I’ve downloaded it to check it out and here are some new wallpapers we’ve saved for use on my iPhone – and some screengrabs to show you how it functions…

This was created by Granimator user gg45 using the Day and Night Granimator pack by Japanese artist Houxo Que

Using illustrator Ian Stevenson‘s Finger Me pack, Granimator user motorde created this obliging character

by nikyo, using the Hellfire Club pack by DED

User, rintendo made this using the Hadron Collider pack by artist David Henckel

And a user called Tasty created this with the El Cigarral*99 pack by Yker Moreno

This is the thumbnails screen of Grallery. scroll up or down until you find something you like the look of. Click it and it appears full screen:

To find out about the image touch the screen then choose the i button from the menu and up pops the info:

There’s a download button and a send button so you can either download the wallpaper to your phone’s image library to use as a wallpaper – or a send button so you can send the selected wallpaper to a friend via email, facebook or twitter.

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