Dragon Live Wallpaper is a live wallpaper you must have. Make your phone look cool and mighty like a dragon!
Download “Dragon Live Wallpaper” and choose your favorite background! Decorate your screen with truly amazing and powerful mythical creatures and open yourself to the world of mystery and magic.
Enter the world of the legendary rulers of the sky - the fire-breathing mythical creatures can be decorating your phone or tablet screen now for free.
You have an opportunity to gaze at these mythical, typically red and green, creatures from up close – see their huge claws, stunning wings and even scales with this free app.
- Interactive feature: Tap on the screen and new images will move immediately!
- There is full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- This beautiful, free and enjoyable background is waiting for you!
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
Motion of flashes and lights keeps changing with time.
- You can choose from several different themes.
- HD graphics and open GL.
- Optimized Battery Usage.
- Compatible with 99% mobile phone devices.
- Dragon Live Wallpaper fully supports horizontal orientation and looks amazing on tablet devices as well as on phones.
A dragon is a mythological representation of a reptile. In antiquity, dragons were mostly envisaged as serpents, but since the Middle Ages, it has become common to depict them with legs, resembling a lizard.
In Ancient Greece the first mention of a "dragon" is derived from the Iliad where Agamemnon is described as having a blue dragon motif on his sword belt and an emblem of a three-headed dragon on his breast plate. However, the Greek word used drákontos) could also mean "snake".
In 217 AD, Flavius Philostratus discussed dragons in India in The Life of Apollonius of Tyana . The Loeb Classical Library translation mentions
According to a collection of books by Claudius Aelianus called On Animals, Ethiopia was inhabited by a species of dragon that hunted elephants. It could grow to a length of 180 feet and had a lifespan rivaling that of the most enduring of animals.
In the early 20th century sculpture of the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland, inspired by Medieval art, dragons are a frequent theme—as symbols of sin but also as a nature force, fighting against man.