Ubuntu friendly wallpaper changing app ‘Wallch‘ has added support for 64bit Ubuntu users in its latest release.
Wallch – short for Wallpaper Changer 211; lets you configure when and how to change your wallpaper, and what to change it to; you add as many wallpapers as you like, order them in a queue or have them change at random at a chosen interval.
Other changes in the latest version include a new application icon, updated translations and a fix for the Live Earth wallpaper not changing correctly.
Edit: No it hasn’t. If, like me, you don’t see the Unity Quicklist after installing just log out, log back in and re-pin Wallch to the Launcher.
Ubuntu 11.04 users willing to upgrade/install the latest release should add the PPA below to their Software Sources, update and then install Wallch from the Ubuntu Software Centre:
Ubuntu 11.10 users can install Wallch from the Ubuntu Software Centre.