We listed ten cool free screen savers for your MAC computer. Check the video to see how screen savers looks.
Below the video you can see the instruction of the screen savers and download link.
All screen savers are freeware.
This screensaver for Mac OS X emulates the lock screen of the iOS operating system (version 8) installed on iPhone and iPad devices. It displays the current time in digital format, as well as the date and day of the week, at the top of the screen, a \"slide to unlock\" note at the bottom, and a high-quality photograph in the background that is slowly zoomed into.
The Helios screensaver features attraction/repulsion particle effects and smooth implicit surfaces, with colorful results. You can set the number of ions and emitters, adjust the animation and camera speed, customize the motion blur and set a frame rate limit.
A more minimalist version of a simple clock. In the settings there are several options, as well as the design theme of the night, which can be switched on automatically.
With this screensaver you can enjoy forever - the motion of particles on the screen simply mesmerizing. Unlike previous designs here are not based on a standard algorithm, and according to the surrounding sounds and the volume. Especially cool it looks to the music.
It's a matrix code screensaver that displays tumbling matrix characters inspired from the movie. Unlike other screensavers this one is ad-free and malware/adware free. Its compiled natively and hence very light over CPU/GPU. The battery consumption won't be much and the screen looks gorgeous!
A flip clock screensaver for Windows and Mac OS X that tells the time against a black background in either a 12-hour or 24-hour format. Along with the format, the size of the old-fashioned flip clock can also be customized, from 25% to 125% of the original size.
Screensaver, in minute detail dials copying Apple Watch. It includes a huge number of variations and colors, with all of them recreated as accurately as possible.
This screensaver brings all of the screensavers included in the Apple TV media device, featuring aerial views of New York, San Francisco, China, Hawaii and other places (by day and/or night), to your Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows computer. The screensaver features automatic updates of the latest available videos, an option to show a different aerial view whenever it starts, and the ability to add specific views to a list of favorites. Requires OS X version 10.9 (Mavericks) or newer, or Windows version 7, 8 or 10.
A basic remake of the classic Starry Night and Starry Skyline screensavers from the After Dark series, first published by Berkeley Systems between 1989 and 1991. It features a city skyline under a night sky, a scene built slowly from individual spaced and colored pixels.
A colorful screensaver featuring so-called "flux fields" consisting of many colored particles that dart around the screen. The screensaver is customizable, and several presets are available, including "Hypnotic", "Insane", "Galactic" and "Sparklers".