Download Windows 10 Spotlight Wallpapers with SpotBright App
Windows 10 Spotlight features some really beautiful pictures, and a lot of you surely want to download one of them, and use it as your desktop wallpaper. Well, that is now possible, with a free Windows 10 app, SpotBright. This useful tool works well on both Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 Mobile handsets, so you can save your favorite spotlight pictures across all your Windows 10 devices.
SpotBright is very easy to use, you can simply hit Fast Search, and the app will find all the available pictures, so you can download them all at once. If you want to find even more wallpapers, just hit In-depth search, and the app will offer you even more images.
Since the app works on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, all pictures will be downloaded in both portrait and landscape mode. Unfortunately, you can’t choose what images you want do download, or download the single wallpaper, as you’ll have to download all at once.
But since the overall download doesn’t take more than 200MB, that shouldn’t be a problem, since you always can save your pictures to the cloud. However, you can change the download location, if you don’t have enough space on your default location.
The app is very simple in design, and features a fancy UI, and it was published by T. Partl. The developer notes that he hasn’t extensively tested the app worldwide, so it could break, but we were using it, and it worked like a charm. He also promised us some updates in the future, including “Live Tile or wallpaper/lockscreen picture rotation.”
It is really great to see developers getting involved into developing apps like these, and tackling highly requested features. The app is available in the Windows Store, and you can download it for free.
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