The downside is that each Mac looks and works exactly the same, down to the Desktop wallpaper. Jeffrey might have a touch of OCD (not that there’s anything wrong with that), so it’s understandable. In this case it’s easily overcome with a single Mac app. All you need to get access to thousands of unique wallpaper images for the Desktop is the Wallpapers Pro app.
All you need to do is search through the thousands of photos, find one you like, then drag and drop it to the app’s sidebar to begin the download.
Wallpapers can be categorized, sorted by ratings, or you can just browse around until your glasses melt. The built-in gallery makes it easy to find unique wallpaper photos, and images work perfectly on every Mac screen, from iMac to MacBook Air to MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Here’s a sample of some of the great images you’ll find in the Wallpaper Pro collection.
Is there a downside to having a custom collection of Desktop wallpapers? Yes.
It takes time to find just the right photos and because Wallpapers Pro is so easy to use, and there are so many photos to choose from, it’s also easy to change the photos to match a certain mood.
In fact, that’s what the app is missing. A way to change the Desktop wallpaper image regularly and automatically. I’d like a different photo for morning than afternoon and different for evening, too. I’m thinking it should have a playlist or album like in iTunes or iPhoto. Grab a bunch of photos, organize as needed, let them rotate.
Alas, Wallpapers Pro just supplies the wallpaper images so you’re stuck in manual mode to make changes.