Wallpaper Shifter is a free app that lets you change your wallpaper automatically, allowing you to define a folder to take the wallpapers from, and an interval at which they rotate. The app is a discovery tool for other MMMOOO products, which I find are generally helpful and reasonably priced.
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RIM is offering free holiday wallpapers all over the place this season. Recently, we told you about how they’re offering free wallpapers over at MyBlackBerry, and now they’re taking them to Facebook. The service lets you choose pics from your Facebook profile and use them as part of your holiday wallpaper. You can also add stickers and borders to your wallpaper and make it as custom as you’d like.
Head over to apps.facebook.com/blackberrywallpaper and check it out.
A new site, BerryWalls has launched and it offers a search engine of free wallpapers. Just type in a keyword, and select your device. It’s simple and there might be something there you’ll like.
BerryWalls is now offering their third batch of invitations to get free BlackBerry wallpapers. The site offers a searchable index of free wallpapers, sized correctly for various BlackBerry models.
At the request of Mike, I’ve cooked up a few BlackBerry Cool wallpapers based off our very excellent BBCool t-shirt. We’ve got wallpapers for your Pearl, Curve, 8800-series, Bold, and even Kickstart, Javelin or 9500 if you happen to be packing one. Never changed your BlackBerry’s wallpaper? No problem – we’ll walk you through the steps to give your home screen a nice new look.
If you especially dig BBCool, we’ve also got a few desktop wallpapers to chose from. Want another size? Leave a comment!
Mig33, a social network built on the mobile mentality, announced today that they’re going to be providing wallpapers and ringtones in their online store. These are some no-brainer additions to their already solid picture sharing and VoIP services, and they’re looking to add a lot more mobile-centric content. Facebook’s obviously the default for most of your social networking, and has a pretty good presence on BlackBerry, but it’s interesting to see how another network evolves from the ground up with the mobile lifestyle in mind. You can nab mig33 for BlackBerry here.