- Doesn't require internet connection
- Homebrew support
- Light & Dark theme
- Select which animations you want to see
- Loop each animation how many times you want
- Make the animations' order random
Independently of how you install Brooklyn, please close your System Preferences.
Screen savers can be set programmatically with this Terminal command :
defaults -currentHost write com.apple.screensaver moduleDict -dict moduleName Brooklyn path "$HOME/Library/Screen Savers/Brooklyn.saver"
- Click here to Download
- Open Brooklyn.saver (double click)
"Brooklyn.saver" can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developerwill appear, press
Security & Privacy
- On the bottom side, select
- Open terminal
brew install --cask brooklyn --no-quarantine
- Right-click on Brooklyn in System Preferences and select
Delete Brooklyn, or
- Open terminal
brew uninstall --cask brooklyn
Requires OS X El Capitan (10.11) or above.
The Brooklyn screen saver can be blocked by the system as a malicious software. Sometimes on macOS Big Sur clicking
Open Anyway in
Security & Privacy is not fixing the issue.
To bypass this quarantine made by apple, you can use this command in your terminal :
sudo xattr -d com.apple.quarantine ~/"Library/Screen Savers/Brooklyn.saver"
Support Brooklyn ❤️
Hello there 👋
I’m Pedro, a Portuguese iOS Engineer since February 2017. I’m an avid OSS enthusiast and contributor - help by sharing, learn by what’s shared.
If you enjoy my work and would like to help me continue it, please consider:
Brooklyn's available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more information. Logo & original animations are Apple's property.