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This review of Endless Wall is brought to you by AppVee.com. Endless Walls is actually a really neat application for the iPhone that allows you to see just a photo type display of all these different wallpapers, they are simply cycling through as you go through the application. Not a lot of function to the app but when you find what you like you can easily save it if you are not sure if you like you want to look at it a little bit longer you can pause the rotation as well. But when you are going through everything you just hit the little button on the bottom right hand corner to simply save it to your iPhone.
The bottom button on the lest hand corner will let you flag it for any number of reasons if it is inappropriate or anything like that. And the writing button will actually open it up and an email and send somebody the link on flicker so if they want that for their iPhone or their computer they have it right there. The button does have a little bit of delay so if you notice here I am going to press it a bunch of times and then it is going to pop up most of the time, tell me it has been saved. It does save that many times and you do that so keep that in mind when you are jamming away at the buttons.
Overall, great application if you just need a new wall paper and you really have no idea what you want to put on there.
This is Ben Bryan from AppVee.com the definitive source for iPhone app reviews.