Customize Your Android with Zedge
Article by George Norman
On 14 Nov 2012
Zedge is one of those apps that I have to have on my Android-powered device. It is among the first apps I install whenever I help someone set up a newly purchased Android-powered smartphone or whenever I reset my device to the factory settings (I do that after important OS updates, so I can start fresh). And I am alone when I say that I like Zedge – more than 45 million unique visitors per month and 44 million Android installs prove that Zedge is popular with people from all over the world.

There’s a very good reason why Zedge is a popular app – and that reason is the fact that it provides seamless access to tons of wallpapers and ringtones. You can browse through a large collection of wallpapers, live wallpapers, notification sounds, and ringtones. And with a tap on your device’s screen you can download them and use them as you see fit. That’s not all you can expect to get from Zedge – the app also provides links to fun games. All these things plus themes and texts are available on the website.


I mentioned above that Zedge, the largest mobile content discovery platform is used by more than 45 million unique users per month, across web, mobile and Android. All these users download some 7 million items per day. By getting the Zedge app and by signing up on you’re joining a community that’s passionate about producing and sharing original content like wallpapers, themes, ringtones, texts, games, and soon, apps.

So if you want access to tons of wallpapers and ringtones, go get Zedge from the Play Store here. The app is provided for the awesome price of free.

If you want to learn more about Zedge, visit the official webpage.

Tags: Zedge, Android, Google, Play Store, app, free, ringtones, notifications, wallpapers, live wallpapers, games, themes, texts
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