Wake up every morning to a new, hand-picked desktop image. Wallcat has different themed channels to choose from, so your desktop image matches your taste.
“I love getting a dose of inspiration every day from a space I usually overlook” — Hannah
“Gradients, gradients, gradients! I love Wallcat.” — Andrew
“Yay for Wallcat! I’ve been getting compliments on my desktop. A fun escape.” — Matt
“My daily routine: Get to my desk, commence trackpad gesture for Show-Desktop (a lot like giving your computer a high-five), breath in the Wallcat “Structure” channel newness. A nice little eye-candy gift waiting for you every morning.” — Eric
“Just installed Wallcat. Woot!” — Mia
“Been doing Cmd-F3 every day to see what Wallcat has waiting for me.” — Trishan
“Stepping my wallpaper game up with Wallcat” — Zach
• Minor bugfixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Simple, one-click setup wallpaper app
I can rely on Wallcat every day to spruce up my desktop! If I'm not feeling the picture I can also like the choice of different themes/genres to suit what you like best.
I dont normally write reviews but felt I had to write one for this app
I didnt see any reviews for this app and I dont know the developer personally but he seems to be committed to creating a nice experience so I thought I should write something. The wallpapers are lovely. I like the 3 different categories so you can pick based on the type of person you are. Every wallpaper that has appeared so far in the last few weeks i have been using it has been stunning. In fact I look forward to a new wallpaper every day. Also the app itself is small, so doesnt take up computer resources or anything like that and i’ve experienced no bugs or anything like that so far. Very nice little utility.
What a fantastic menubar app. Beautiful desktops await.
One of my favourite apps going. Small, cute and sits unobtrusively in my menubar, sending me the most glorious photo’s I could ask for. The app offers three types of channels, “Fresh Air”, “Structure” and “Gradients”. I find myself flicking between the first two as “Gradients” reminds me of OSX Tiger a little. Not quite sure how I lived before this app...
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.