Reddit Wallpaper Changer can scrape Reddit for wallpapers and display them based on numerous available settings. Video tutorial available.
The beauty of this app is the numerous changes. For example, you can pull wallpapers randomly, newest, hot, and top by the hour, today, week, month, year and all time. By default, it scrapes wallpapers+wallpaper, but you can define your own subreddits. You can set the default size as well as how often to change the wallpaper.
Other options include auto start, start in the tray, don't show duplicates, fade effect and auto updates. You can also save your favorite wallpapers, define any proxy settings and manage your database.
Those are all the initial settings in just the main window, but there's plenty more. You can identify your monitor or monitors as well as whether the wallpaper stretches, fills, spans, fits, tiles or centers. You also have access to your history, favorites, blacklist and an about tab with support, logs and more. If that's not enough, you can also right click on Reddit Wallpaper Changer in the tray to quickly save or blacklist the current wallpaper as well as load a favorite or change the current wallpaper.
Reddit Wallpaper Changer gives you a lot of control over what you see without overcomplicating it.
On our first run of the app, we were getting a 503 error as well as a System.Data.SQLite.dll error, so we installed the latest Visual C++ Runtime Installer with no luck. Assuming this means I needed a different version of the Visual C++ Runtime Installer we instead used the third-party Visual C++ Runtime Installer and sure enough, it began working properly. That's a great app. It is also noted that you need the latest.Net Framework which most people have installed. All this should be checked, and addressed, during the installation.
Reddit Wallpaper Changer is one of the best ideas we've ever seen for a wallpaper changer. Ever. Most are designed to rotate through your photos or included photos but not knowing what's next is a lot of fun. Even if you don't use Reddit, you're going to love this.