Apple seems to have a distinct philosophy about personalizing or customizing the Mac. Other than wallpaper, moving the Dock here and there, and that annoying translucent Menubar, there are just not many options to change what Apple dictates that we need. If you’re bored with your own photos as Desktop wallpaper and in need of a creativity fix, here it is. Pimp Your Screen.
Can you guess what Pimp Your Screen does? Yep, it’s an app for the Desktop with specially designed images and wallpapers, all neatly categorized, sliced, diced, and Julienned to satisfy your creativity gene without infringing upon Apple’s Please. Don’t. Customize rule.
These are not your father’s favorite wallpaper designs.
The images are a treat and pretty much unlike anything you’ve added to your Mac’s Desktop wallpaper. They work fine on MacBook Pro models with Retina display, multiple displays, and you get an option to test out an image before making it stick to the Desktop background.
Judging by how popular Desktop wallpaper apps are on the Mac App Store it would appear that Mac users have a desire for more customizing options. If you want something that goes beyond the mere mundane or your personal photo collection of cats and kids, Pimp Your Screen is a good place to start. It’s cheap. It’s easy. It’s fun.