Click the image above or this text link to see the entire set of free mobile wallpapers (on Flickr), and download your favorite.
At the moment, my personal favorite is the cheerfully textured pink and orange background. Check out the screenshot of my pretty phone at right (and yes, it continues to irk me that Google’s own product—hello, Voicemail—has a wonky, off-kilter icon).
A couple of people asked for help with changing the wallpapers on their mobile device. If you could use a hand, I found a couple of good posts from around the web. I’ve tried to find the sources most likely to provice updates as phones and their operating systems evolve:
Want to create something of your own with the seamless Leafy Vines pattern tile? You can buy and download the pattern files (including both infinitely scalable vector and hi resolution bitmap versions) on Creative Market.
Click the little box at left to get them or learn more.
Want more free mobile wallpapers?
Depending on how this goes, I may consider doing another set of mobile wallpapers based on other patterns in the store (the collection below is just a sampling: click here to see them all). Comment on this post, or drop me a line to make a request!
Most of the available patterns are five bucks or less, and come with both vector and bitmap files.
P.S. The lovely textured background comes from a beautiful grunge textures pack by PhotoMelange, also available on Creative Market.
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