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Wallpaper Wednesday – August 19th 2015

With the released of the Developer Preview 3 of Android M (now called Marshmallow), it brought along with it some cool new wallpapers (the first 10 are from the developer previews).

The other wallpapers that you see below are some cool if you are rocking a two-monitor setup so then you can have one continuous wallpapers instead of two different ones.

06 - kpufg1Z 05 - A9q0d8h 10 - mwBbm2n 09 - chcEjqM 04 - Ty6cb40 08 - QJZSGf7 03 - lbeYVlr 07 - RjdWzPq 02 - DeBptMg 01 - VcXKkFR Image_2L_13air Image_2L_24 Image_2R_13air Image_2R_24 Image_3L_13air Image_3L_24 Image_3R_13air Image_3R_24 Image_4L_13air Image_4L_24 Image_4R_13air Image_4R_24

If right-clicking at clicking ‘save as’ doesn’t work for you, you can download the zip file here: Android M preview 3 wallpapers .

If not then here is a link to an Imgur album of the wallpapers, which Android Police created.

You can find these wallpapers (under the Pattern & Design and Architecture section) and more at

You can also find more dual-screen wallpapers at Twelve South’s website:


from TheCanadianTechie


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