Google has released a free screensaver for Mac users that shows us high quality photographs that have been very shared and are very popular and appreciated by Google+ users.

If you are tired of using the same screensavers on your Mac or, as is my case, you do not even have them enabled, maybe this is a good opportunity for your team to show beautiful images while you are not using it.

Tired of the same screensavers on your Mac or MacBook? Now Google surprises us with a new “screensaver” that compiles some of the most beautiful photographs, shared and appreciated by the users of the social network Google+. In addition, it is totally free and undoubtedly will make our teams appear much more original and beautiful.

Typically, the search giant often shows pictures shared on their social network Google+ on the screens of their mobile devices, now called Pixel, as well as televisions and monitors that are connected to their products Chromecast and Google Fiber. Well now this new gift called “Outstanding Photos” brings us those same highlights to our Macs.

This was expressed yesterday by Neil Inala, Product Manager of Google since 2014, through his profile in Google+:

From striking skylines to captivating vistas, talented photographers share beautiful, eye catching work on Google+ every day. To bring these photos to a wider audience, we’ve long showcased a selection of them on TVs and monitors around the world via Google Fiber and millions of Chromecast devices.

Now, we’re pleased to be able to make these beautiful photos by our members even more accessible by bringing them to your computers and [Android] phones.

The images that integrate this new screensaver of Google for Mac follow the criteria of selection established by the own company in such a way that in them we will not find reflected people, nor any type of text nor water marks. Basically these are landscape photographs that are offered in a minimum resolution of 1080p.

Each of the photographs used is duly attributed to its author through a direct link to his profile in Google+ that we can find in one of the corners of the screen while the photo remains in it. In addition, users who are using multiple screens will see how each one shows a different photo, and not the same image simultaneously.

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