Have you ever really liked a website? Liked it so much that you wish you could see it all day, every day, while you work?

Maybe you’d like it to stay on your Mac‘s desktop no matter what. And now that’s exactly what you can do thanks to a new free Mac menu bar app called Plash.

Splash is a super simple app that essentially means that any website you can visit in a web browser can be turned into an interactive wallpaper. You can browse it and everything.

Plash enables you to have a highly dynamic desktop wallpaper. You could display your favorite news site, Facebook feed, or a random beautiful scenery photo. The use-cases are limitless. You could even set an animated GIF as wallpaper.

Like most things, though, this will work best in specific situations. Really busy websites will likely make your Mac’s desktop almost unusable. But if there’s a simple site that you want to always see information from, this could work really well indeed. We’d suggest taking a few of your favorite websites for a spin and seeing how things pan out. If you spend a lot of time in your calendar, maybe try setting that as your wallpaper to avoid having to open it all the time?

You can do exactly that by downloading the Plash app from the Mac App Store. Go ahead and give it a try, it won’t cost you a penny.

(Download: Plash on the Mac App Store)

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