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Frequently asked questions


What is Wallfeed?

How does it exactly work?

Is it completely free?

Why only Android?

I don't have an Android, but my friends do. Can I still use Wallfeed?

Do I ever need to go on the site if I have an Android?

What does it mean to follow a Wallfeed?

Can I create more than one feed?

What is the wallspot on the images?

What are the features on the Wallspot menu?

Can I import my photos from other sites?

What's the difference between publishing as "public" and "private"?

What should be the ideal resolution of the image I upload on Wallfeed?

What is Wallfeed?

Wallfeed enables you to push pictures directly to your followers' mobile wallpapers. Think of it as a Tumblr or Pinterest you push to your followers' mobile wallpapers, and your own. Just upload your favorite images and pictures and start send pictures directly to wallpapers. You can upload your pics either from your phone or the website. Every image can be linked to videos (YouTube), your portfolio, your website. You can also define a default link for each feed.

How does it exactly work?

It's easy. Just create a feed, upload pictures, and invite people to follow your feed. All your followers will see their mobile wallpaper change to whatever images you choose. If you upload several pictures at once, then it slides through those images one at a time at the interval length the user chooses. Whenever you update your feed with a new image, that image moves to the top of the Wallfeed and users see it instantly.

Is it completely free?

It is completely and entirely free. We will never charge you.

Why only Android?

The Android platform is based on a digital philosophy of openness and progress through collaboration. Other mobile platforms have made policy decisions that limit the creative possibilities of the mobile experience. When they move beyond their rigid view of the mobile world, we'll be happy to release feed on their platforms.

I don't have an Android, but my friends do. Can I still use Wallfeed?

Absolutely! Just use the website either on your desktop or on the mobile web.

Do I ever need to go on the site if I have an Android?

Nope. If you are an Android user then you can everything directly from your phone.

What does it mean to follow a Wallfeed?

It means that the images from the Wallfeed you are following are pushed directly to your mobile wallpapers. Your mobile wallpaper will get new images anytime the Wallfeeds you're following are updated in realtime.

Can I create more than one feed?

You can create as many feeds as you'd like.

What is the wallspot on the images?

The wallspot opens the menu to other features and options to control feed experience.

What are the features on the Wallspot menu?

The web icon opens a webpage linked to the image. If it is highlighted, then touch it and see what it opens to. Could be video, a song or a website, just click on it to find out.

Love to take pics? Send them directly to your friends mobile wallpapers. Just take a pic with the phone's camera, choose a feed to upload into, and it instantly becomes all their mobile wallpapers. At a concert and want all your friends to see the pics right on their mobile wallpaper? Just snap a pic and make it their mobile wallpapers so they can live upfront in the moment with you.

See an image you like and don't want it to change? Just touch the "freeze" button.

Did you fall in love with that image? Click the save button to keep it.

Can I import my photos from other sites?

Definitely. We have importing tools and you can also type in the url and we'll extract the images for you.

What's the difference between publishing as "public" and "private"?

Publishing as public means that anyone with the url to your page can see your Wallfeeds. It is also searchable by tags and its name.

Publishing as Private means nobody but the people you specifically invite from the site using our tools can see it. WE CANNOT EVEN SEE IT.

What should be the ideal resolution of the image I upload on Wallfeed?

1. Images can be either be in Landscape or Portrait mode. If they are Portrait, then the wallpaper won't scroll and would remain fixed.

2. The preferred crop for a landscape image to look awesome on the phone's wallpaper would be twice the size of the height of the image. Choose no more than 1920px and no less than 1280px as the height of the image. This would make the resulting image width 3840px and 2560px respectively.

3. If you target the best resolution, rest assured it would look nice pretty much on most of the handsets out there.