Apple’s OS X has changed steadily through the first years of the 21st century, going from Aqua to an iOS-inspired Mavericks, with a new version every year or so. What if you want a look and feel that’s different? Apple doesn’t give Mac users many customization options. Desktop photos for Wallpaper. Screensaver. Dock placement. A few customize Toolbar options, and that’s about it.
If you’d like OS X on your Mac to have a decidedly different flavor, then all you need is Flavours, the little app that lets you create, apply, and even share customized themes for OS X.
Flavours is simple to setup and use. Install, select a template style, apply to your Mac.
Flavours themes are subtle and give OS X a slightly different, yet obviously distinct look.
Theme options for Flavours are limited, but you can customize your own to suit your tastes, and others are available online.
As you customize your Mac with Flavours you’ll be able to see changes with the live preview option. Flavours looks great on MacBook Pro with Retina display, and also works on OS X Mavericks.
What I would like to see in Flavours is a way to adjust the font size and font type. You know, because Helvetica Neue is so awesome in iOS 7.