Tired of the beautiful landscapes that Apple puts as wallpapers macOS standard? Sick of static images in general as a table background? Because the Plash it can be a very curious solution.
The application, which after installed “lives” on the macOS menu bar, has the simplest premise in the world: put any web page as your wallpaper. To do this, just click on the Flash icon, up there, select the option “Open URL” and paste the link of the desired page – done! The website will be displayed there as your background.
If you want, you can even activate the Browsing Mode of the app to interact with the site in the background – of course, you won’t be able to do any more in-depth navigation, but the mode is useful for dismissing a window popup or open a news item quickly, for example. It is also possible to make adjustments such as the website’s opacity on the screen and the interval at which the page will be updated.
Obviously, Plash’s proposal is not for everyone – many will still prefer a calm and peaceful image in their background than a website being constantly updated. Still, for those who check a webpage constantly or for those who know sites with beautiful visuals and calming animations (we are accepting suggestions in the comments, including), the app can be a very curious option to refresh your Mac experience.
Plash can be downloaded for free from the Mac App Store. Did you like the idea?