A curated list of screensavers for macOS.
Inspired by the awesome list thing.
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A flip clock screensaver.
A very simple clock screensaver.
Time or date displayed in a similar way to On Kawara's "Today Series" paintings.
A clock made of words. It switches between a circular and a paragraph layout.
A clock that produces a fractal tree pattern around it as it moves.
Epoch Flip Clock
Unix Time (epoch) flip clock.
Twelve hour time in words.
A super simple word clock, like your computer is typing the time for you.
A simple clock screensaver with different analogue clock faces as skins.
Displays a solid color corresponding to the current time.
iOS (and Apple TV) Inspired
Apple TV Aerial Screensaver for Mac.
A screensaver that looks like an Apple Watch.
iOS Lockscreen for macOS
A screensaver that looks like the lockscreen on iPhone and iPad.
PongSaver is an macOS screensaver/clock which keeps time by using the score of a game of Pong. The left side wins once an hour, and the right side wins once a minute.
This interactive screen saver turns everything in front of your camera into text.
The Github Matrix Screensaver
The latest commits from GitHub visualized in a Matrix-style animation.
Recreates the opening titles of the first 6 Star Wars movies.
Plays videos of people completing speed runs of games.
Aquarium live lite
Video of aquariums.
A macOS Screensaver which shows quotes from http://developerexcuses.com (unofficial).
MacOS Kernel Panic
Harmless screensaver that faithfully emulates the horrifying experience of a kernel panic.
Windows Kernel Panic
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) screensaver for Mac.
Electric Sheep Infinite Evolving Artwork
Animations of evolving fractals.
Creates unique patterns on your display by randomly stacking vector stencils.
Animates Apple, EmojiOne and Twitter Emojis in 7 different effects with many customizable settings.
Lite Version (Free) and Full Version ($3)
Shows the latest hot searches for all regions or specific countries.
Google's Featured Photos Screensaver
See beautiful new photos while you're not using your Mac.
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