Customization is one of the benefits of Desktop wallpaper on your Mac. The option to add a photo or graphic design or just a pleasing color is one feature most Mac users take advantage of when personalizing a Mac.
What if you have a Mac and multiple displays?
Desktop wallpaper works fine on Macs with multiple displays, either with the same image on each display, or different backgrounds on each display. What if you’d like to have a photo or image span across each display?
That’s where OS X’s personalization and custom options end. However, the option to put up a single image and have it span across two or three Mac displays sounds cool, and you can do it by chopping up a very large photo or image and making each piece fit the connected displays.
Or, just add Multi Monitor Wallpaper.
Instead of slicing and dicing a photo or image to make the pieces match the resolution of each display, Multi Monitor Wallpaper does the dirty work with a few clicks. In fact, it’s drag and drop easy.
Easy? Drag a photo or image onto Multi Monitor Wallpaper’s window, position the image the way you want for each display, then click Save. The app can do an auto fit, or you can move the image the way you want.
There’s an option to layout your displays (and the image applied to each) onscreen the way you use your Mac (MacBook, connected display, third display, for example). Images can be scaled or simply moved to fit the screen sizes.
Multi Monitor Wallpaper has a built-in Flickr browser so finding photos to use beyond iPhoto or OS X’s built-in wallpaper is easy, too. MMW does the chopping, dicing, and splicing to make the photos or images fit the displays.
Nicely done. Fun. Cheap. Another reason to have additional displays connected to your Mac.