пятница, 31 января 2014 г.

Roses HD Wallpapers just got published on PlayMarket

The brightest collection of amazing Roses wallpapers.
Resize, crop, rotate,set rating, download, share, filter by colors and categories.

We have created an amazing wallpaper application with more more than 60 handpicked, impressive, high-resolution, background images of roses for your android device

Roses HD Wallpapers app allows you to set any wallpaper on your background or download HD image (or cropp a part of it).

Our application has 5 categories to help you quickly find the wallpaper you want:

- Red roses
- Yellow roses
- Pink roses
- White roses
- Blue roses

Roses HD Wallpapers has a list of advantages:

- only high quality Full HD images
- resize any image to fit your device
- rotate wallaper as you want
- crop any part of wallpaper
- add wallpapers to favorites
- share with friends
- set rating to any wallpaper
- download any wallpaper to the device
- sort images by rating and views
- filter by colors
- small application weight

Please, feel free to rate and comment Roses HD Wallpapers. It will help us to make this application better for you and other users.

For all roses fans let's review some interesting facts about these amazing flowers:

1. The Rose
The rose is commonly used as a cut flower or as an ingredient in perfume. These flowers originate in Asia, although some come from the United States and Europe. There are many different varieties of roses. They vary in colour and size and are very popular throughout the world.

2. Roses in Perfume
The rose is often used as an ingredient in perfume. The petals of the flower are distilled to produce an attar or oil. The aromatic oil is then used as perfume. Rose water, a product of the distilling process, is often used for scented cosmetics.

3. The Rose In Medicine and Food
Many countries use rose products as medicine or food. Rose water is often used in the Middle East and Asia as an ingredient in cooking. Rose syrup, made from the petals, is often used for marshmallows and scones in Western countries.

In medicine, rose hips are a useful source of vitamin C. The hips or fruit of the rose are made into tea to be taken orally. Some parts of roses have been used to relieve stomach problems and cancer.

4. The Rose in Iconography
The rose is traditionally the flower of love. The flowers have been used since ancient times to represent love and passion. In Greek and Roman mythology, the rose was used as a symbol of Venus and Aphrodite, the goddesses of love.
In Christian iconography, the rose is often associated with Christian martyrs. Its five petals are often said to represent the five wounds of Christ.

5. The Rose In Literature and Song
The rose is a popular image in literature. It has been used since the middle ages to represent love. Shakespeare coined the common phrase, ‘a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet.’
The flowers have been used by poets such as Yeats and Robbie Burns. The rose is also a feature of the sad story of the ‘Nightingale and the Rose’ by Oscar Wilde.

6. The Rose As the Symbol of England
England has traditionally been represented by the rose. It is considered the country’s national flower. The origin of this has been traced to Henry the Seventh who adopted the red rose as the symbol of the House of Lancaster. The wars of the roses, with Lancaster represented by the red rose and York represented by the white, was a major historical period in English history.