Welcome to Wallpaper Wednesday! In this weekly roundup, we’ll give you a handful of Android wallpapers you can download and use on your phone, tablet, or even your laptop/PC. The images will come from folks here at Android Authority as well as our readers. All are free to use and come without watermarks. File formats are JPG and PNG, and we’ll provide images in both landscape and portrait modes, so they’ll be optimized for various screens.
For the newest walls as well as all the ones from previous weeks, check out this Drive link. Want to submit your own? Head to the bottom of this article.
Wallpaper Wednesday: September 29, 2021
This is the second Wallpaper Wednesday article and we’re very excited to include reader-submitted walls for the first time! We’ve got three awesome images that would look great on your phone, tablet, or PC. As usual, we also have some images from the Android Authority team.
First, we have a beautiful image of some golden bells from reader Bala Uppari. We also have a reader-submitted abstract image of a green wave, based on the concept of the Windows 11 wallpaper. Check out the creator of that wallpaper here. Last up for reader submissions is a lovely field of orange/yellow flowers, courtesy of Jennifer Harrison.
From the Android Authority team, we have a beautiful sunset and sailboat combo from Bogdan Petrovan. We also have a pink skyscape from Chase Bernath that would be great for a minimalist layout. Finally, we have a macro shot of some blue glacier ice from Sveitarfelagio, courtesy of Kaitlyn Cimino.
Be sure to download these photos in their high resolutions from this Drive link!
How to submit your own Android wallpapers
We are very excited to see your own contributions to our Wallpaper Wednesdays project. Before submitting, here are the rules:
- Your submissions should be your own creation. That means photos you took, digital art you created, etc. Please don’t submit other people’s work. That’s just not cool.
- You must agree to let Android Authority share your Android wallpapers for free with anyone who wants them.
- We will not accept watermarked images. You will, however, get a credit and a link in the article itself. We can link to your website, your Twitter, your Instagram, etc.
Ready to submit? Send us an email by clicking here. You’ll need to include the highest-resolution version of the image you can provide, your name, and a brief description of what the image is. If you want us to link to a page you own in your credit, please provide that, too, but that’s optional.