Bubbling Neon India Fish HD

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Bubbling Neon India Fish HD
Application Details:
Version: 1.2.3
Upload Date: 27 Dec 13
Developer: Mobile.delights
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 14
Size: 1667 Kb

Rating: 0.0/5 (Total Votes: 0)

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Bubbling Neon India Fish HD - A beautiful aquarium with floating fishes wherever you need it. Enjoy rising bubbles and a discreet bubbling sound and sparkling effect for your relaxation or deep sleep that you can also set as your live wallpaper on devices running android 2.1+ and even interactively rearrange the fishes touching around.

Featured on AndroidFreeware market in March!

Tap into our apps’s dynamic, non fake world that makes your phone alive. They move and you can interact with them anytime you want. Being also interactive animated backgrounds, they can be set on your home screen as live wallpaper on devices running Android OS 2.1+. Packed up with cool sounds or music they bring experience that draw with cool youtube video recordings. Using them on a daily basis can make you experience, something like a thrilling viber about the magic of real or fantasy nature.
As a premium benefit you can always launch one of our relaxing (media) to cool it off.
It also supports installation to SD card (App2SD) in case of insufficient device memory so you can spare your precious space for other cool apps and games.
they are meant to help you fight stress, calm down or just relax while enjoying the magical widgets. 
In case of any issues, please, instead of giving us a negative rating, give us a call on Skype, chase us on Twitter, text a SMS or comment on our dedicated Facebook page and let us know about the problem you're having so we can assist you and address it in app’s next updates.

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