A good wallpaper can mean the difference between a gloomy and a bright outlook of the desktop and perhaps also our mood. Now you can rotate your desktop background with astounding Flickr images from personal and public galleries with FlickrWall. This application changes desktop backgrounds with selected or random Flickr imagery, depending on your preferences.
Users can choose to update desktop backgrounds manually, every one hour, every four hours, four times a day or once a day. Backgrounds can be selected from the top 100, tag top 100, public favorites, photostream, group, place, or only one photo. It is worth mentioning here that if you sign in with your Flickr account, you will have to grant access to the FlickrWall application, which is needed to access non-public photos. Moreover, in order to load background images from photostreams, groups, etc, you will be required to provide the username/group name. To view the selected or random image simply click ‘Update now’ button after configuring your desired settings.
FlickrWall will periodically change your desktop backgrounds according to your specified settings. Once closed, it sits in the system tray from where you can access the photo page, select to move to the next background image, or open options dialog.
This application was tested on Windows 7 64-bit and works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.