Download Clock Mac Screensavers

As a Mac OS user, my favorite part of having a Mac is the UI(User Interface). Anything that's colorful and easy to use are my two favorite things when it comes to technology. I have recently been finding cool screensavers. On Pinterest I have found that many people used a particular screensaver
that flips a clock. I had never seen it before, so I decided to go on a hunt for it.

Little did I know, there are so many beautiful, simple, and creative screensavers for Macs. Here are some of my favorites that I have found. 

For all the techy geeks out there, this particular clock blows my mind. So, are you ready for this? This screensaver not only gives you the time, but it changes the color of the background and you can see the HEX value of it. What?! I know. So cool! Okay, I'll stop embarrassing myself now. I really think this screensaver is really awesome. For those who are curious HEX is is computing numerical systerm that is to the base 16. It is also where a lot of the colors come from in the web, where it uses the HEX values to combine the primary colors. Gah, I still can't get over how awesome it is. Ok, now go download it! 

This particular screensaver is one of the most popular ones right now. Also referred to as the flip clock. There are many versions out there of this flipping clock but this one is defitenly my favorite! It is so simple, and gorgeous. I have gotten quite a few compliments when people see my screensaver pop up. It just a regular clock, but it goes perfectly with your surroundings.

This app is for those of you who like to know the weather at all times. It shows you the date, time, temperature, forecast, and it shows the name of your location. You can choose what location you want before you install it. They have a good range of locations, but if you need a custom location you can email the creator(whose email is listed on the website) and it will be emailed to you. I love the simplicity and minimalistic apperance of this screensaver

The Polar Clock is a very unique screensaver. Unlike the previous ones, this shows a clock in a very different way. The information given goes around in a circle, hence the Polar aspect, and it counts each part by going around. The best example is the seconds as it is the only one that changes the most often. As the seconds ticks, it goes around the circle, until it finishes it's cycle, and then starts again. The inner most circle is the most specific, so the month, then day, day of the week, hour, minutes, and minutes. Not only does it do this, but it also changes colors as it goes. It's definitely a cool screensaver to have!


For most of them, all you need is to click on the individual links in each of the pages and it will appear in your Downloads folder. After this, click the file and it should download quickly. Then to check if it has installed you can check in your settings and preferences under Desktop and Screensaver. It should appear as one of the last ones in there.

If you have any questions about these screensavers, or need help installing them, feel free to leave a comment, and I'll respond as soon as I can.
Enjoy. :)

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