The Wall lets you pick Windows 10 wallpapers from various sources

Edward Hudson By: Edward Hudson
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If you are constantly changing your Windows 10 desktop wallpaper, chances are that the task becomes increasingly annoying every day. Thanks to a new app developed by the same people behind Tweet It!, you can now easily monitor great and beautiful wallpapers on Windows 10 from a wide variety of sources.

Called The Wall, the app offers a huge selection of quality images and wallpapers from several stock photo providers, including Unsplash, Pixabay and Pexels. The app can also automatically change your wallpaper every day. The app’s description on the Windows Store listing states:

Changing wallpaper has never been easier!

Choose from more than a thousand high-quality images from various sources: Unsplash, Pixabay, Pexels and many others. Or let the application do it for you every day. It is also possible to ask Cortana to pick background or lock screen image for you.

Are you a happy owner of Microsoft Band? No problem! The application not only allows you to change the image on your device but it’ll also pick up matching color scheme.

Key features

  • Microsoft Band support
  • Dynamic images
  • Live tile
  • Cortana integration

Live Tile support and Cortana integration allow you to command the app using your voice. With a Microsoft Band, you can also change the image from your wrist. The Wall is available to download for free from the Windows Store. The app is compatible with the Windows 10 PC and Mobile platforms.

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