Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff

Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff, the "official" application of the popular travel photography blog Stuck in Customs is now compatible with Google TV.  The app consists of hundreds of Ratcliff's images (and they are spectacular images indeed) as an endless slideshow to view on your screen.  With Google TV support, that big screen in your living room can become a piece of art while you're not watching cartoons the news.  Another interesting aside, a note in the market says an update that allows setting any of the images as your wallpaper is coming "very soon".  The app will cost you $2.99 and requires Android 2.1 or higher.  Hit the break for the download link.

 
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This man's work is amazing... he did a video of the remains of a China Disney World. Cool cool stuff!

arundc says:

Nice...but link to Market is broken.

srkmagnus says:

I'll be taking a look at this later today. I follow Trey on G+ and the photos posted are amazing. He did s segment on Chernobyl that put things into perspective and the damage that still exists from that nuclear disaster.

Nextelian says:

FORCE CLAN RULES!!!

Nextelian says:

I hear that his work is completely derivative of Peter Lemonjello's breakthrough work in aural watercolors. What a hack.

jimbl says:

I've been waiting for his 100 cameras in 1 app. The android version has been "coming soon" for months, soon to be going on years.

dcdttu says:

As a fellow Austinite, I've been following this guy for years. His photography is amazing.

_miha_ says:

Great pictures! Set his blogs url as source in my app WebLiveWallpaper (yes, difficult to setup but worth the hassle - just copy the setup from the other example picture of the day sites like national geographic) and get his latest images as your Homescreen background automatically ... and still buy his app to support him :)

elsewhat says:

The free version of the app is now out on the market
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.stuckincustoms.slideshow

It is feature complete, but has less photos (50-60).

The source of the app is also available at https://github.com/elsewhat/com.elsewhat.android.slideshow

Disclaimer: I am the developer of the app