Reviewed in A beautiful and improved Android experience
Dashclock's Roman Nurik's gorgeous new app. A live wallpaper, which displays a different work of art every day. The wallpaper is blurred, with a simple double tap on your homescreen you can unblur the pic. Dimness and blur can be adjusted. You can also display your own pics instead of the provided artworks.
Reviewed in The best Apps and Games - Daily Update
This app offers you two options: Either you let every day automatically display a different image of an artwork to display as wallpaper and lockscreen background or you choose images from your own gallery that change after a predefined time! P.S.: A blur-effect is also on board! Also optimized for tablets!
Reviewed in Recommendations from an Android enthusiast.
Must have. Rotate your wallpaper at a set interval with pictures from the most common sources, and can also blur and dim it for you. Just search for muzei on the play store to get other sources. Apart from the common picture sources I recommend getting MultiMuze which make it possible to cycle through your sources automatically.
A living museum for your Android home screen.
····· Muzei is a live wallpaper that gently refreshes your home screen each day with famous works of art. It also recedes into the background, blurring and dimming artwork to keep your icons and widgets in the spotlight. Simply double touch the wallpaper or open the Muzei app to enjoy and explore the artwork in its full glory.
Alternatively, you can choose your favorite photos from your own gallery or other apps to use on your home screen. To keep your wallpaper fresh, Muzei will rotate through your favorite photos every few hours.
Finally, Muzei is developer-friendly. All the code is available at http://code.muzei.co and Muzei even offers a simple API that allows you to build your own wallpaper source. For API details, visit http://api.muzei.co.
Made in New York by Roman Nurik. Muzei is a transliteration of the Russian word музей, which means “museum.”
Featured artwork in Muzei is curated daily by our small staff and made possible thanks to WikiPaintings.org and its contributors.