About Cloud Live Wallpaper
Every cloud has a silver lining… Download Cloud Live Wallpaper and make every day more beautiful with this fun app! Whenever you tap on the screen, new fluffy clouds appear! Like little, puffy covers in the sky, they will provide you with endless fun. Choose from five amazing backgrounds and let little “cotton balls” roll on your phone screen! Have a romantic getaway with this app – travel to wonderful places where there are no troubles – only you and dreamy images on your desktop!
- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new fluffy clouds appear!
- Five types of background styles - different blissful landscapes!
- Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- Choose this animated background and you won't regret!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Get Cloud Live Wallpaper and decorate your phone with pure simple whiteness of fuzzy cotton balls! Take a break from your everyday routine and escape to a peaceful place where you can be yourself no matter what! Dive into these celestial images and imagine being there in reality, surrounded by nothing but peace and bliss. Seize the magic of the moment, enjoy every bit of it.
It takes somewhere between a few minutes and an hour for clouds to be created. There are 3 categories of them, depending on their height from the ground, low, medium and high. Low ones are normally made up of water droplets and have a base less than 2,000 meters. Medium sized are normally made up of water droplets also, but have a base somewhere between 2,000 and 7,000 meters. High ones are usually made up of ice crystals, and have a base somewhere between 5,500 and 14,000 meters.
Saturn has clouds. In fact, any planet or moon with an atmosphere has them. They appear white because they reflect the suns light. Noctilucent ones are so high, that they can reflect the suns light and are visible even during the night. The classic white cotton ball is known as Cumulus.
They usually occur within the troposphere, and some cirrus do even form at lower stratosphere levels. However, the true upper class of them is the rare noctilucent or polar stratospheric clouds, forming at even greater altitudes way above 20 km.
Together with the fog, they reflect weather patterns and interact with the ground, sun and atmosphere thus playing an important role in what the weather does. In addition to their obvious role as sources of precipitation, they also can affect the temperatures of the places below them. These cotton balls not only block incoming sunlight during the day, which cools the air, but they can also block outgoing radiation from the Earth, which can warm temperatures.
Get Cloud Live Wallpaper and dive into the world of dreams where everything is possible!