Set Background Wallpapers In Linux With Fondo
Fondo is available as flatpak app so if you have flatpak set up on your Software center then you can directly search for the app and install it.For terminal-geeks, you can alternatively use the command below to install Fondo:
After installing Fondo, you can launch the app and start using it right away. Search for a beautiful wallpaper by either scrolling up and down or using the search box on the app’s title bar.Once, you’ve found the image, just click on it and it’ll be set as your desktop wallpaper by the app itself.
For instance, clicking on the Aurora image (screenshot above) Fondo will download it and set the image as my default desktop wallpaper.
Below are some of the advantages of using Fondo:
- Easy way to set new cool wallpapers
Without hassle, you can directly access cool wallpapers from Fondo and set your preferred image as your desktop background with a single click.
- Ability to search images using the search box
You can fine-tune your images list by searching with a specific keyword on the app’s search box if you don’t like the default images list offerings.
- Day mode and night mode theme
If you are a night shift worker, there’s a dark theme mode to better suit your work environment so the app doesn’t strain your eyes a lot. And vice versa for the day time workers too.
- Too many portrait images
Despite the regular norm of most people owning a widescreen monitor these days, Fondo provides mostly portrait images. You have to scroll a lot if you want to find landscape specific image sizes.
- Does not have consistent UI look with the default OS
This is the usual problem with some of the flatpak apps and Fondo is no exception here. They don’t have a consistent look with the native system, instead, their user interface looks somewhat out of place.