Okay, so Endless Walls from Motacore, LLC won't blow your socks off, but it does fill the basic need for wallpaper if that's your thing! The application provides an continuous stream of more than 7000 wallpapers (according to the company) that users can view, share and save.
The quality of the content was decent enough and thankfully very G-rated! With Endless Walls users are able to flag inappropriate content or copyright violations (although it seems that is usually the most popular content). You only have a couple of seconds to view each wallpaper and although there is a pause button, there are no previous or next buttons. It would have been nice if the Endless Walls application was able to "install" a wallpaper in addition to just "saving" it. Also, it's settings are only accessible through the Settings panel and not from within the application itself.
Other than these minor complaints, it does what it say it does. Endless Walls is an application I wouldn't mind using for free, but I am not sure I am willing to pay $1.99 for it.