Fireworks Live Wallpaper
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Start a “firework display” with Fireworks Live Wallpaper! Whenever you tap on the screen, new firecrackers appear! Make your own show for the New Year’s Eve or for any other occasion! Choose your favorite sparkly background and let the display begin! Fun is just a click away from you – download this app and start cracking! You will have your own pyrotechnics which cannot hurt anyone, but can decorate your phone and provide lots of amusing moments for you!
- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new firecrackers appear!
- Five types of background styles - different sparkly landscapes!
- Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- Choose this animated background and you won't regret!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Get Fireworks Live Wallpaper and transform your phone screen into a firework display with lots of glitter and sparkles! Start popping those firecrackers! It is a perfect app for the craziest night of the year! Sparkly backgrounds will set the right mood – and the pyrotechnics will just make it complete and festive! If you like the explosions and colors in the sky, you will love this app!
The first fireworks were probably made in China, around 2,000 years ago. Chinese crackers, as they are known, are still used in China today to celebrate weddings, births and religious festivals - and to scare away evil spirits!
They were used for centuries in ancient Indian and Thai religious ceremonies. Some of the rockets were 8-10 feet long and were attached to bamboo sticks that were 40 feet high.
The first recorded fireworks in England were at the wedding of King Henry VII in 1486. They gained popularity during the reign of Henry VIII.
Ever wondered why some fireworks are blue and others are red? It's all in the chemicals. Copper produces blue sparks, while a mix of salts and other substances make red. Barium yields a green glow, and sodium burns yellow.
The word for firecrackers in Japanese, 'hanabi', means 'fire-flower'. Half of all the accidents happen to children under the age of 16. The first firecrackers recorded in America were set off by an Englishman, Captain John Smith, famous in the story of native American woman.
Three sparklers burning together generate the same heat as a blow-torch. The world's largest single firecracker was set off at a festival in Japan in 1988. The shell weighed over half a tonne and the burst was over a kilometer across.
Get Fireworks Live Wallpaper and start your own cracking show now!