Free and open-source application for setting GIFs, Videos and Webpages as your desktop wallpaper and screensaver!
Lively Wallpaper vs Wallpaper Engine opinions
surprisingly good app to use for animated wallpapers!
ITs infact more powerful than wallpaper engine, and the dev's arnt greedy... unlike the devs of wallpaper engines
Pro: -It's free~ -No clutter -Customizable, you can even change the taskbar (TaskbarX still offers a bit more)
has a lot of settings (pro&con)
It's nice,but don't have many customizable wallpapers.
Variety is a wallpaper changer for Ubuntu which is featureful, yet slim and very easy to use. It can automatically download wallpapers from various online sources, allows rotating them on a regular interval or on demand, and provides easy to use ways to separate the great images...
Variety Wallpaper Changer vs Wallpaper Engine opinions
ScreenPlay is an Open Source cross-platform app for displaying Video Wallpaper & Widgets. It is written in modern C++20/Qt6/QML. It currently supports Windows and macOS (x64 and arm).
ScreenPlay vs Wallpaper Engine opinions
It's open source and cross platform. It also has very active development!
Works great and soon on Linux and Mac as well!
This app ports the Dynamic Desktop feature from macOS Mojave to Windows 10. It uses your location to get the times of sunrise and sunset each day, and rotates through the 16 Mojave wallpaper images throughout the day and night.
WinDynamicDesktop vs Wallpaper Engine opinions
Great app, but it changes static wallpapers depending on time (no animated wallpapers like WallpaperEngine).
A simple, unobstrusive live wallpaper showing slowly moving wave lines. You can choose a color theme, build your own, change if the lines should grow and shrink or if they should have a uniform width. The lines may swing in harmony or each line independently.