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Lantern Festival updated

Both free and full versions of Lantern Festival live wallpapers received fixes for visual glitches on certain devices. Flickering graphics is fixed for such devices as Samsung Galaxy S, Google Nexus 10 and almost all Motorola Droid phones lineup.
You can get free and full versions on Google Play.
Full version Free version
Android app on Google Play Android app on Google Play


  1. I just love this wallpaper so much! Thank you!

  2. vikkilynnjames@protonmail.chFebruary 16, 2018 at 12:42 PM

    Even though this wallpaper is almost 5yrs old. It is truly one of the best. I think it is incredible. Out of all the lantern type ones on google play this one is the only one worth spending your data on downloading. Thank you all for your hard work.


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