Google worked plenty of great new features into Android 5.0, the huge Android update that will begin rolling out to devices in the coming weeks. The performance tweaks are terrific and the power optimizations bring much-appreciated battery life improvements, but the biggest and most obvious changes all relate to the gorgeous new look of Lollipop. Dubbed “Material Design,” Google’s new graphical interface uses bold colors and slick, subtle shadows to create a beautiful look that appears as though it is made up of pieces of material rather than just pixels on a screen.
While most people still have at least a few months to wait until Android 5.0 is released for their handsets, everyone can now enjoy the new look of Lollipop thanks to a simple free download.
Via Reddit, Google+ user Brian Parkerson on Saturday posted a massive batch of 141 different home screen wallpapers that are all quite different in terms of their designs, but they have one key element in common: They all make incredible use of Material Design.
Using the design elements Google introduced with Material Design in Android 5.0, the wallpapers bring a fantastic modern look to any Android device. In fact, they even look great on an iPhone.
Parkerson posted a nice album on Google+ with all of the wallpapers on display, but if you just want to download them all at once, Reddit user “Dairox” uploaded a zip file to Mediafire that you can download by clicking this link.