Mac users fall into two groups. Those with a single display– MacBook, iMac, Mac mini. And, those of us with an extra display or two connected to our Macs. All that extra screen real estate is handy, but finding wallpaper images that spread across multiple screens is nearly impossible. Unless you have the Multi Monitor Wallpaper app. This is how wallpaper should work on a Mac with multiple displays.
Think of having a single large image that spans across the screen of each display. Or, slice and dice a single large photo and have sections visible on each display.
Multi Monitor Wallpaper lets you scale a large wallpaper image to match the Mac’s screens. Controls are straightforward and include Auto Fit, zoom in and out, align screens on a line or spread screens. Regardless, you control what portion of an image fits into which screen.
Where do you get a variety of photos large enough to span across multiple displays connected to your Mac? If your own photo collection isn’t worthy, Multi Monitor Wallpaper offers a built-in Flickr option to browse for photos online.
The ability to spread a single photo across multiple displays is great for the Mac power user (or, Mac user with plenty of money for additional displays).