There are millions of gorgeous wallpapers available online, but only a few screen savers that actually look great on Mac. Among the screen savers I’ve tried, these are the most beautiful screen savers you can install on your Mac
Aerial is a Mac screensaver based on the new Apple TV screensaver featuring Aerial movies shot over New York, San Francisco, and other major cities. It’s a stunning screensaver to run if you want to enjoy the same experience as Apple TV owners.
If you prefer not to install the screensaver, you can download the raw videos into a folder called “Aerial” and tell macOS to play videos from that folder in Screen Saver preferences.
Voyage takes you to the journey to explore the events, technology, and innovations created during this period. It’s an artistic screensaver that shows the history of humanity.
The site is written in Japanese, but the screensaver offers two languages: Japanese and English.
Bossa is designed by the same creator of Voyage. It features colors around the world with beach and bonsai as the background. It’s a piece of art packaged as a screensaver.
Fliqlo is a flip clock style screen saver that takes the ambiance of your room up to another level. It used to be my favorite screen saver until I decided to remove Adobe Flash Plugin, rendering this clock unusable.
The good news is the maker of Fliqlo has rebuilt the screen saver from scratch with CSS. Adobe Flash Plugin is no longer a requirement, and that’s going to save a lot of battery.
The Padbury Clock Screensaver is a minimalist’s dream – and should be the default on every computer. You can choose between 12 hour and 24 hour format in an elegant and legible font, and nothing more. It’s simple, clean, give it a try on your machine. ✨