Use a single fabulous image across all your monitors.
No need to chop your image up into perfect pieces - Multi Monitor Wallpaper does the work for you.
"Finally! I've found what I've been looking for! I've always had such a problem trying to set up a decent dual or triple screen panoramic wallpaper, I've spent countless hours in photoshop trying to break up the photo, this took me 3 seconds and I was done! Definitely recommend this to ANYBODY!! THANK YOU!!"
This is a paid app. It offers a 7-day free trial, then a yearly subscription.
• Features •
~ Easily apply any image from your computer
~ Supports Dynamic Wallpapers
~ Browse Beautiful images from Unsplash or Flickr
~ Autochanger can automatically pick from Unsplash, or your own Photos.
~ Easily edit your image layout
~ Layout your monitors to match your physical setup
~ Easily scale and position your image for maximum effect or auto-space screens for real-world layout
All these features are available during the free trial.
If you choose to keep your subscription, then they remain live. If you decide not to subscribe, then they will be disabled.
• Also Awesome for Single Monitor Setups! •
You can easily move and scale your images, auto change from your collection, or fetch from Unsplash.
Enjoy your new wallpapers!
• Subscription Information •
Multi Monitor Wallpaper is supported through an auto-renewing subscription which you can choose to purchase within the app.
• The subscription is called 'Multi Monitor Wallpaper'
• It is an annual subscription. It lets you the full functions of Multi Monitor Wallpaper as described above.
• Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
• Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
• Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period
• Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
- Fixed autochange bug with Digital Blasphemy (it was only showing the free images)
- Fixed bug browsing Unsplash
- Better caching of downloaded images
Recently Massively Rebuilt - Now with AutoChanger, Unsplash Browser, support for Dynamic Wallpapers and much more
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I got this app originally years ago. It didn't have what I was looking for then but I'm pretty sure now it does. The ability to tap into Unsplash is also a really neat feature. Two things that might help you move the progress of this app even futher.
If I like a background on Unsplash, it might be nice to download that image right from the menu bar interface.
The next option I think could help is define a minimum pixel width when searching the Unsplash library. A few results have come up pixelated in my short testing time. I'm a stickler when making my own panoramas to make sure that the ones I choose for backgrounds are only a set amount of pixels wide.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for giving the auto change and spaces sync features. Windows machines have had this for YEARS and this is a huge help to keep me in the OS I actually enjoy using.
Build something more than just a wallpaper
This app is fantastic, as is the developer. Having a large scenic and expansive desktop image has allowed me to feel a little like I haven't been completely stuck at home these last months. This app will tap into a large range of free high-resolution databases, chop an image into a set of precisely scaled parts, and transport you to another place. More than this, the developer is constantly releasing improvements or new integrations. They have even addressed issues directly with me on several occasions.
I've used this app for over a little over a year and a half and it truly makes you feel like you get the most out of your set up. I find it relaxing to peer over the edge of the grand canyon, stare up a ridgeline to the top of the Matterhorn, or look off hopefully at a faraway skyline. It helps you quickly build something more than just a wallpaper.
Useful, but doesn’t scale independently
I have a very high DPI MacBook Pro Retina, and a very low DPI 1080p monitor next to it. In the past I’ve gone to great lengths to get my multiscreen wallpaper to line up across both screens. This does half of the job - it let’s me grab 2 chunks of the image according to the resolutions of the monitors, but it doesn’t take into account the DPI, so the images have completely different scales and can only align at one point. I would like to able to calibrate the relative sizes of my monitors so it can scale the image for one of the screens to match the other. Maybe you could draw two lines between the screens, then give me position and scale controls to adjust until both of the lines connect. Maybe too much to ask for in a $3 app, but very useful with the increasing range of screen densities.
Developer Response ,
As of version 2.10, you can now manually set the physical size for each monitor and Multi Monitor Wallpaper will adjust the image accordingly. Please give it a try and let me know what you think :)
- Hobbyist Software Limited
- 22.2 MB
- Photo & Video
macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2020 Hobbyist Software Ltd.
- In-App Purchases
- Multi Monitor Wallpaper $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.