Do you want to fly high in the sky? Download Hot Air Balloon Live Wallpaper and start your trip now! Whenever you tap on the screen, new flying balloons appear! Choose from five amazing backgrounds and let your adventure begin! Beautify your phone with colorful spinning balloons on lively images of wonderful landscapes! Imagine flying “high as an eagle”, close your eyes and this app can take you to the places you’ve never been before!
- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone!
- Whenever you tap on the screen, new flying balloons appear!
- Five types of background styles - different fascinating 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
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On the 19th September 1783 Pilatre De Rozier, a scientist, launched the first hot air balloon called 'Aerostat Reveillon'. The passengers were a sheep, a duck and a rooster and it stayed in the air for a grand total of 15 minutes before crashing back to the ground.
The first manned attempt came about 2 months later on 21st November, with a balloon made by 2 French brothers, Joseph and Etienne Montgolfier. It was launched from the centre of Paris and flew for a period of 20 minutes. The birth of hot air ballooning!!!
Just 2 years later in 1785 a French balloonist, Jean Pierre Blanchard, and his American co pilot, John Jefferies, became the first to fly across the English Channel. In these early days of ballooning, the English Channel was considered the first step to long distance flying and this was a large benchmark.
In August of 1932 Swiss scientist Auguste Piccard was the first to achieve a manned flight to the Stratosphere. He reached a height of 52,498 feet, setting the new altitude record. It was proven that humans could survive in a pressurized chamber at extremely high altitudes.
The Altitude record was set again in 1960 when Captain Joe Kittinger parachute jumped from a balloon that was at a height of 102,000 feet. The balloon broke the altitude record and Captain Kittinger, the high altitude parachute jump record. He broke the sound barrier with his body! Kittinger’s record was broken in 2012, when Felix Baumgartner jumped from an altitude of 39 kilometers, setting the world’s altitude record, parachute jump from the highest altitude and greatest freefall velocity.
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