When I’m not going, but locked to a chair and desk, my Mac is more like a cockpit control center with multiple displays connected, left and right. I’m wired for power control. With all that power why can’t Mac users with multiple displays use a single wallpaper photo that spans across all the displays?
Power User Wallpaper
Don’t ask me what percentage of Mac users have multiple displays. I’m pretty sure the number isn’t large. But Mac power users know what they want and a single wallpaper image that spreads across all displays is high on my list.
Multi Monitor Wallpaper is exactly what you think it is. Instead of using different wallpaper images on each display connect to your Mac, or using the same image on each, use this app instead.
This clever and inexpensive Mac app does the work you’d like to do, but don’t have the time or inclination.
It takes a single large image and chops it up so it displays the photo perfectly on Macs with two or more connected displays.
It’s even fun to use Multi Monitor Wallpaper. Start with a huge image that you’d like to span across tow or three displays connected to the Mac.
Then, let Multi Monitor Wallpaper do the slicing and dicing.
Photos can be scaled and positioned perfectly to match the displays connected to your Mac. Once you have the images setup, save them to your Mac. The app then makes sure they’re used as the desktop wallpaper photos.
A built-in Flickr browser is included so you can use public images or access your own Flickr photostream. I don’t know of another Mac app that works quite like Multi Monitor Wallpaper so the less-than-$2.00 price tag is worth it.