Liberate your home screen!
Showcase your latest photo or wallpaper on your screen without being restrained by the fixed app icons on your screen NEVER AGAIN!
No matter if you want to let you photo or wallpaper be the centre of attraction on your iPhone’s screen. Or you just want the have the freedom to place the app icons to your preferred location.
Wallpaper Liberator is the only app that allows user to have precise control over how the screen should look like. This simple yet fully functional application will provide you with the tools you need to let the wallpaper shines by itself.
Wallpaper Liberator simply creates icons that mimic the photo/wallpaper at placement which you want to replace. All you need is to replace the newly created icons with the current ones. Removing the icon is similar to removing an app on your phone.
Take a look at the screenshots below and see how Wallpaper Liberator works for you in ways you never imagined to be possible.
The only thing that is restricting you is your creativity!
For user encountering issue with the app. Please contact the developer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the guide below:
+Added support for iPhone Xs Max
Ratings and Reviews
Do not buy. Doesn't work for multiple pages, fake icons show up in recent apps since they're just bookmarks. It's fine if you really want to have free roam with icons, but so many better ways to get it.
Does It Need Updating For iOS 10?
After following the directions, at least on my 6S running iOS 10, I could not get this app to do what it claims - as a previous review described, the resultant icons are overexposed & misaligned.
Update: though artifacts still show when swiping between pages, I found out that this app does work. Here’s what I did:
1. Settings: under General, Accessibility, Reduce Motion: set to on
2. Wallpaper: use one that matches your iPhone’s screen size (not its parallax size), e.g. for 6/6S use 750Wx1334H (not 852Wx1608H) or for 5/5S use 640Wx1136H (not 744Wx1392H)
3. Screenshot: put your iPhone in wiggle mode, swipe to the last page (which is empty of icons) & take a screenshot
4. Wallpaper Liberator: when selecting an image, use only this screenshot to create the new icons (not the original wallpaper you installed)
I’ve found that if the app is left open for a longer period of time, Safari will drop the connection & give an error, so you will have to restart the app. And every time you open the app, you are presented with the tutorial, so you will have to press the “Skip” button. But given the complexity of steps required, maybe this is a good idea!
I updated my rating from 1 star to 3 stars.
Works but not flawlessly
As stated this app works but the colors of the icons are sometime slightly off which makes them noticeable on simple backgrounds. The trick is getting a screenshot of ur wallpaper as its set on ur phone. Not prefect but not many alternatives out there.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.