Initially introduced as an Easter egg deep within Android's operating system, the Daydream screensaver feature turned official in the release of 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Now, it's been out for a few months, which means developers have already figured out how to take advantage of it in their own ways.
In today's softModder guide, I'm going to show you one such example—how to set some of your favorite pictures from image-sharing apps like Instagram and Tumblr as a Daydream screensaver on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
To accomplish this, we'll be using Dayframe, from developer cloud.tv. This app... more