Whether you’ll be spending Valentine’s Day with your special someone or blissfully single, there’s no denying that there’s love in the air. In the dark and cold of February, we could all use a little warmth and sweetness in our lives, and we could some on our home screens, too! Put a little love in your heart and your Android with a beautiful new wallpaper. Whether you want to upgrade it from just a wallpaper to a full-blown home screen theme is up to you, but each of these walls can boost the love factor of your phone all on its own.
Everybody deserves love, even that little pixelated T-Rex from the offline Chrome tab game. Backdrops have about a dozen love-related wallpapers, but really, what’s more, romantic than two 2D carnivores frolicking in the desert?
Maybe it’s just that it’s been almost a year since I’ve seen good fireworks, but is there anything more romantic than taking in a nighttime show in the arms of someone you adore?
Like love, roses take a lot of time, love, and care to maintain. They’re prone to hurt you if you’re not careful (and even if you are). They usually take forever to bloom into something beautiful, and then that beauty can fade so quickly, but they’re so, so worth it.
This geometric, gradient-filled heart is overlaid with an algorithmic lattice, and the wallpaper’s warm gradient is dotted with stars. On the whole, this is a beautiful piece, which makes it little wonder that it’s been showcased on Google’s Wallpapers app under the Art category. There’s also a darker version for those looking for something a little less pink.
Howl is brash, vain, and for all his magical know-how and tactical experience, he is, at heart, an idiot. And just as Sophie peels back the layers on Howl’s life in Howl’s Moving Castle and begins to see and love him for what he truly is, Howl learns to see past the spell on Sophie and trust her and the feelings he has for her. Love is about acceptance, trust, and love is about overcoming your fear for another.
This may be one of the better pictures I’ve ever taken. Snapping alongside a rose path at Epcot, this yellow rose has the perfect kiss of the sun on it. Yellow roses symbolize friendship, not romance, so this wallpaper can give your phone a festive air without being lovey-dovey.
Want Valentine’s Day theme for your phone fit for royalty? Head over to our Dark Disney Princess theme pack for delectable pieces with a dark flair and fresh new music widgets. Whether you’re singing So This is Love or A Whole New World; we’ve got themes for the original OTPs!
Yes, The Princess Bride is a kissing story, and we don’t mind so much anymore. Buttercup and Wesley is also a love story that is as messed up as fantastic and romantic. Wesley’s three-word confession/affirmation of love is endearing, adorable, and makes every girl yearn for a pirate order around. It’s inconceivable how versatile this quote wallpaper is!