iPhone BadDogs are the latest baddies to hit the phone world. They are a wallpaper application that has been designed by London-based iPhone programmer Ben Hurley. BadDogs is not simply a run of the mill badboy wallpaper. It is a highly stylized way of injecting humor into your iPhone's look. If you love the way your iPhone looks, you'll probably love this fun wallpaper design.
BadDogs is extremely similar in concept to other iPhone applications that have come before it. It's a game within a game, a social networking app on steroids. What sets BadDogs apart is the fact that Hurley has allowed for the baddies to be completely free and customizable, meaning you can put just about anything you like onto your phone. The effects are surreal and really quite good. Hurley made the baddies look as though they're ready to attack the camera and then when you touch them they go away, only to reappear as another character in the next scene.
As a result of all that customization, some users are complaining that the baddies take up too much space on their phone. This may not be true. If it is, the number of users who are complaining about it will probably prove to be a disappointment for Apple, whose company is notorious for its desire to limit the size of its devices. You'll have to purchase the paid version of BadDogs if you want to take on the challenge of having the baddies appear as characters on your screen. The free version is available in the App Store.
I've seen several different baddie themes for the iPhone, but the one that really takes the cake is the BadDogs wallpaper. The design is truly spectacular. The free version of the application offers a lot less design variety. The baddies are always presented in the same manner: as striped breeds of dogs. In the full version you get the option of choosing from a rainbow of baddies, complete with their respective colored coats.
The stripes on the baddies' coats give them a very unique look, allowing them to be combined with nearly anything in any color combination imaginable. This means that you can use the wallpaper on your iPhone with practically any wallpaper program. You can also use a combination of any colors with any colors as well. The way that Apple has set the colors allows for virtually any design style to be applied to the iPhone's interface, making it one of the most versatile iPhone applications to date.
Some people are complaining that the baddies can sometimes be difficult to remove from the screen. While I can't really confirm whether or not this is true, it is certainly a legitimate complaint. Fortunately, there is a way around this, as described at the end of this article. Even if you do have problems with the way the baddies are visually placed on your iPhone's screen, it is easy enough to reposition them so that they are clearly seen every time you open up the phone.
One last thing about this application that sets it apart from the rest of the iPhone's themes is the complete lack of advertising. Unlike many other iPhone applications, none of the elements of the iPhone Baddie interface are pre-installed. All of these elements were designed and created by passionate iPhone users who care deeply about providing a top quality iPhone experience. They simply chose to share their creative knowledge with the world, in hopes that it will inspire other people to create amazing iPhone applications. While the baddies may not be an original piece of art, their existence on your iPhone is sure to make you smile every time you see them.
The way the baddies are presented is also a wonderful way to showcase their unique design elements. Although the baddies may not be as striking as a wallpaper design or other graphical design, their unusual shapes and designs will definitely give you a sense of wonder and excitement every time you see them. Their distinct appearance will make them one of a kind iPhone accessories. This is why you will want to get your hands on the iPhone Baddie if for nothing else than their stunning design and colorful aesthetic. You cannot ask for more in a baddy!