However, unlike the folks who suffer through their Windows years, Mac users don’t have many options to customize or personalize OS X. Rearrange icons on the Dock. Move the Dock. Add translucency to the Menubar. Change the Desktop wallpaper. That’s about it. Here’s how to get some good wallpaper photos.
Unlimited Wallpaper* (*subject to limits)
A teacher in the school where I work was completely bored with Apple’s OS X Desktop wallpaper photos and images and tried using her own photos.
That got boring, too, apparently, so she found uDesktop NEXT, which seems to be an odd name for a Mac app the basically does Desktop wallpaper by the gazillions.
You can easily spend more on a combo sandwich, fries, and a soft drink at McDonald’s but uDesktop NEXT will deliver thousands of high resolution wallpaper images, every day if you want.
There are 35 different categories with images and photographs with thousands of new entries added each week.
The Mac app is straightforward and won’t pose any problems trying to find Desktop wallpaper images to satisfy your urge to personalize your Mac. It even works on Macs with multiple displays.
All the images and photos are high resolution so they’ll even cover a 27-inch iMac display, as well as the Retina displays in the MacBook Pro line. There’s also a built-in calendar category.
uDesktop NEXT claims unlimited downloads so you can grow the collection of Desktop wallpaper rather quickly. Of course, unlimited doesn’t mean what it used to mean. I mean, come on. There’s got to be a limit, right?