Screensavers are often boring, they don’t change much over time, and they generally don’t inspire any thought.

Google has today launched a new screensaver that could change all of this, launching their Featured Photos screensaver on the Mac.

Previously it was only available on the Pixel, Chromecast and Google Fiber devices, but now it is available on the Mac, you can check out some of Google Plus’ best photos while your Mac is locked.

It will pull the highest-rated photos from a selection of Google+ users who have chosen to make the photos public, they will constantly update with new photos to look at, and it will even work with multiple monitor setups, showing a different photo on each monitor.

The app will also filter out any photos that feature people to keep the privacy of their users.

To get it on your Mac, you simply need to download the DMG file from Google’s website, double-click the .saver file inside of the DMG file and then select the screensaver from the macOS screensaver menu.

You can do that and find out more at the source link below.

Source: Google

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