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💦 Make any website your Mac desktop wallpaper
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Make any website your Mac desktop wallpaper

Plash enables you to have a highly dynamic desktop wallpaper. You could display your favorite news site, Facebook feed, or a random beautiful scenery photo. The use-cases are limitless. You could even set an animated GIF as wallpaper.


Share your use-case


  • Show a remote or local website
  • Interact with the website (“Browse Mode”)
  • Automatically reload the website at a custom interval
  • Show the website on a different display
  • Invert website colors (fake dark mode)
  • Add custom CSS to the website
  • Lower the opacity
  • Transparent background
  • Automatically deactivate while on battery
  • Audio is muted


Requires macOS 10.15 or later.


You can interact with the website by enabling “Browsing Mode”. When in this mode, you can right-click to be able to go back/forward, reload, and zoom in the page contents. You can also pinch to magnify. This is different from zooming the page contents in that it will zoom in to a specific part of the page instead of just enlarging everything.



Can I contribute localizations?

No, we're not interested in localizing the app.

What does “Plash” mean?

Click here.

Can you add support for macOS 10.14 or older?

No, this app uses SwiftUI, which only works on macOS 10.15 and later.

Is this a native app?

Yes, it’s a native app written in Swift.

Can you port it to Windows/Linux?

No, I’m a Mac developer.

Built with

  • Defaults - Swifty and modern UserDefaults


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