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3D Tulip Live Wallpaper

We are proud to announce our new floral live wallpaper – 3D Tulip. Following the best traditions of our popular 3D Rose live wallpaper this one presents you a view of tulip flower surrounded by neighbors in the field. The flowers gracefully sway on the wind and the view slowly rotates giving you a fully 3D overview of the scene. Live wallpaper reacts to gestures, rotating the scene in the direction of your swipes and homepage changes.
Full version of live wallpaper offers you a choice of 8 flower colors, including two-colored ones. Free version is limited to one color, it has only wind configuration.


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