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So you have a favourite show, but it’s on once a week at best. You may have to wait for the next episode, but there’s no reason you still can’t show your love via your desktop. Here’s a (large) selection of some of our favourite TV wallpapers.
iOS (Jailbroken): The standard iPhone doesn’t support multiple wallpapers. If you like to spice things up and have a jailbroken device, Pages+ allows you to customise the background for each page on your home screen.
There are a lot of great wallpaper sites out there, but Desktoppr is a little different. With a focus on only beautiful, high-resolution wallpapers, it uses Dropbox to download and upload the wallpapers you like, so your desktop always has a fresh look without a lot of work involved.
Prefer Google’s search but wish you had Bing’s beautiful daily images? With the “Bing wallpaper for Google homepage” Chrome extension, you can set Bing’s wallpaper to automatically load on your Google homepage. The extension offers different themes and loading settings.
We’ve previously mentioned the Firefox-themed Foxkeh calendars, with their embedded calendars and irony-defeating anime fox mascot. The Foxkeh maker has opened up a tool that lets anyone create a cutomised, calendar-toting wallpaper for desktops or mobile screens, along with Firefox Personas themes.
If you’re looking for an abstract splash of colour to spruce up your desktop, the collections here should have something that catches your eye.
Design site Smashing Magazine rounds up 40+ incredible desktop wallpapers that also feature March 2009 calendars, perfect for a little eye-candy-plus-calendar combinations for your desktop. Find a wallpaper you like but don’t want the embedded calendar? Most are available avec or sans the calendar calendar. [Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: March 2009]
Last week we highlighted a few retro gaming wallpapers for some Friday fun. That was nothing compared to DeviantArt member Orioto’s high-resolution, you-won’t-believe-your-eyes paintings of classic video games for your desktop—a must-see for any gaming enthusiast.