Featured: Top 5 Best Apps To Help You Ring In The New Year

New Years Fireworks LWP 2015

If you're someone that likes to celebrate the holidays with a little festive expression on your smartphone, check out New Years Fireworks live wallpaper 2015. What it offers is pretty self explanatory, a live wallpaper with fireworks bursting in all manner of festive excitement, and it's free. 

Countdown App Chromecast

If you're looking for a simple way to countdown to the new year, Countdown App Chromecast has it all for you. You can set the theme to new years 2015(not like 4th of July in the image above of course)and choose your background and then set the time until midnight and let the countdown begin. Simple, easy, and a great way to ring in the new year using your device.

New Years Fireworks

This is another live wallpaper app that aims to help you end the year with a bang thanks to the bursting of fireworks on your phone screen. You can set the sound of the audio that plays, the color of the fireworks and how much of them show up. 


Tha Fireworks Icon Pack

Nothing says New Years Eve like fireworks, and this icon pack by Tha Phlash called Tha Fireworks is just what your homescreen needs to accompany those "flashy"(sorry, I'll see myself out)live wallpapers to celebrate 2015. Each icon is finely crafted in Full HD with over 2,000 icons included in this pack.

Google Play Music

Google Play Music? Yes, Google Play Music. If you want your celebration to include some appropriate tunes to accompany the drinks and the food and the countdown in the background, Google Play Music is all ready for those of you with All Access as they have a New Years Eve 2015 playlist ready and waiting for you. Simply open up Google Play Music, head to the "listen now" category and tap on the New Years playlist, and party away.

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