Download Live Desktop For Mac 1.2

With this application, you can animate your desktop with live wallpapers even if you don't have any, as the program will help you download some stunning backgrounds

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What's new in Desktop Live Wallpapers

  • Fix issue that causes app to crash on startup
Read the full changelog

Desktop Live Wallpapers is an easy-to-use application with some simple features. Its purpose is to animate your desktop and make you enjoy working on your PC even more.The program has a clean, user-friendly interface that provides all the required information and steps that users must take to either use their personal videos as wallpapers or download other animations. The app even recommends a few trustworthy sites that provide many backgrounds, live wallpapers, and even 3D wallpapers and animations.

Desktop Live Wallpapers comes with interesting functions

The program supports multiple monitors at different DPIs. In addition, the app stops playing videos when you're working in other applications, so it won't consume much of your system's resources when you're not viewing your desktop.Desktop Live Wallpapers allows you to play your own videos as animated backgrounds. But, you are limited to only a few video formats. That's where the Pro version of the app comes in. It offers support for additional video formats, plus a new set of settings.

The program consumes a lot of resources when in use


This application for animated backgrounds consumes a lot of the CPU and RAM, in comparison with other similar programs. Even when idle, it still eats resources.Accordingly, if your system is not very performant, then you won't be able to enjoy more demanding live wallpapers or video backgrounds. Also, the app requires at least 1 GB of video memory to work without lagging.

Keep in touch with the developers

This app has its ups and downs, that's for sure. But, overall, this is a nice program that animates your screen with live wallpapers. The best thing is that you can contact the developers if you face any issues, or you want to offer your feedback regarding Desktop Live Wallpapers.

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Desktop Live Wallpapers was reviewed by Vadim Caraiman
  • Pro features:
  • Many more supported file formats for videos mp4, wmv, avi, mkv, mpg, mov)
  • Additional settings
  • Future pro features
  • 4 GB RAM minimum
  • 1 GB VRAM minimum
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