Finding the best Android wallpapers and backgrounds for your device can be difficult. There are a ton of apps that have wallpapers, but it’s difficult to find truly high quality stuff there. A few apps exist that offer up HD Android wallpapers and QHD Android wallpapers. There are also other sources such as blogs, forums, Google+ collections, and other fun places. We have a mixture of everything to help you find the best HD and QHD Android wallpapers out there. Let’s go.
Google+ is an excellent place to find HD and QHD Android wallpapers. A lot of users there put together Collections. Sometimes they happen to include wallpapers. Simply download the app, create an account (if you haven’t already), and search for them. You’ll want to wade through the collections as opposed to individual users. At once point, this list was nothing more than tons of collections from this site. It’s a good place to start. Like all Google apps, this one is free to download and use.
Sometimes, the best solution is to ask Google. Using Google Search, you can find sites that may have QHD Android wallpapers. Additionally, you can use the image search to find more. The only thing you should be careful of is that the images you find are actually the proper resolution. It can be finicky. You’ll have to be creative while searching. Still, it’s a great way to scan the whole Internet for HD and QHD wallpapers. It’s also free. That helps even out how frustrating searching for them can be.
Imgur and Reddit
Imgur and Reddit are great sources for HD and UHD wallpapers. These two apps go hand-in-hand, really. Reddit users posting wallpapers usually use Imgur and most high resolution wallpapers on Imgur are usually posted somewhere on Reddit. Both apps are free and fairly easy to use. Reddit has a bit of a learning curve if you don’t already use it. There are a bunch of subreddits with good wallpapers for mobile, desktop, etc. Those really hunting for great UHD, QHD, HD, or whatever types of wallpapers should definitely check these.
Super AMOLED Wallpapers
Price: Free / $0.99
Super AMOLED Wallpapers is one of the newer QHD wallpaper apps. It focuses mostly on wallpapers for AMOLED displays (or OLED displays in general). That means there are a lot of mostly black wallpapers because it’s a popular battery saving technique with OLED displays. Unfortunately, you need the pro version to get the 4K wallpapers. However, the plus side is that you also get rid of ads that way. They have some excellent QHD (and better) wallpapers for those who like black backgrounds with a little bit of styling. There are other decent AMOLED wallpaper apps as well.
Tapet is an interesting app. Instead of providing Android wallpapers, it lets you create your own. The app lets you pick some colors and some patterns. It then generates wallpapers for you. Wallpapers created this way are made for your device’s resolution. That means they’ll be HD, QHD, or whatever your phone is. There is also a randomizer that creates fun, random stuff. New updates add new patterns and more fun stuff. It’s a free app and the wallpapers look pretty good.
Wallpapers by Google
Wallpapers by Google is a fun and simple source of QHD wallpapers. Here you can find the official wallpapers for the Google Pixel and Pixel 2. Additionally, there are more wallpapers source from places like Google+, Google Earth, and other places. There isn’t a whole bunch of variety here. However, the collections are expanding quickly. They’re for Google’s latest flagship devices. Those definitely come with high resolution screens. Thus, these wallpapers do as well. It also includes an auto-set feature if you like to change it up frequently. The app is completely free with no in-app purchases.
WallpapersCraft 4K Backgrounds
WallpapersCraft 4K Backgrounds is an excellent source of HD wallpapers and QHD wallpapers. The app detects the resolution of your screen. It then shows you wallpapers specifically for that screen size. Most Android phones have 1080p or 1440p displays these days. This app has wallpapers for both resolutions and even higher. It boasts a large collection. That includes over 15,000 HD and QHD wallpapers. There are also some fun customization features. The app is free with no in-app purchases. It does have ads, though.
Price: Free / $1.99
AMOLED mnml is a wallpaper app for OLED displays. The name says AMOLED. However, these are useful on basically any type of screen. They feature colorful wallpapers with black backgrounds (mostly good for battery life on OLED displays). All of the wallpapers are 2560×3200 and that’s definitely large enough to qualify for this list. The collection is fairly small comparatively, but growing at a decent pace. It also supports Muzei if that’s something you’re into.
Wally is a wallpaper app with a checkered past. It’s gone offline and online a few times but it seems to be reasonably stable now. It offers some excellent images at an excellent quality. The app boasts images in HD, QHD, and even 4K quality if that’s what you’re into. It boasts new images every day, lets you create your own collections, and has more than ten categories for you to check out. You could do a lot worse. The app doesn’t label which images are which resolution normally. That means you’ll have to download and check on your own.
Wonderwall is an excellent source of HD and QHD wallpapers. It provides a curated collection of high resolution images. Most of them are landscapes and similar types of stuff. It makes up for its lack of categories by having some ridiculously high quality images. Plus, the app is entirely free, features auto-set wallpapers, and it there are new wallpapers almost every day. It’s not the strongest option unless you really like nature-y kind of stuff, but it definitely earned its spot on this list.
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