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Wally: A Cross Platform Wallpaper Changer

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Wallpapers breathe life into a desktop. But the same wallpaper can be boring after some days. if you want to automatically rotate wallpapers in your desktop, Wally is just the tool you need. It’s a cross platform wallpaper rotator that can rotate wallpapers in your desktop from multiple sources. You need not save wallpapers from different websites in your computer. Wally can search Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket, Bing, Smugmug and other sources and set a new wallpaper as your desktop background automatically.

How Wally Works

Download Wally for your OS and install the application. The software is compatible in all Windows versions, Linux and Mac as well. Once installed, right click the system tray icon, go to settings and start adding the folders which contains your wallpapers or pictures.

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