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Program description (English)Album cover artwork screensaver for MacOS. Detects which music player is playing and displays cover art and details for the currently-playing track Supports iTunes, Spotify, Snowtape, Ecoute, Rdio, Radium, Swinsian and now Hermes (Pandora client). Detects which is playing and displays cover art and details for the currently-playing track Choice of themes - Classic, Text-only, Mosaic Full-Screen with Ken Burns effect and now 'Lyrics mosaic' Can fetch artwork from the web if needed Can display rating / popularity and allows rating to be changed Adjustable 3D effect and progress bar Emulates a screensaver, ie can enter full-screen mode after system inactivity, prevent screen or system sleep etc. Easy on the eye, just the cover for the currently playing track with a few details and very soft fading actions Perfect for parties or just chilling
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NameDIGITAL SKILLS... DIGITALLY YOURS | ScreenSleeves 6.9.0   ScreenSleeves
Release date2020-07-26
Size5.43 MB
System requirementOSX 10.11 or higher
TypeShareware ($ 7.50)
Category / SubcategoryAudio & Multimedia / Other
Available languagesEnglish  
ChangesAdds 'Responsiveness' slider to Behaviour tab of Preferences which reduces CPU use significantly when turned down Tares system idle time. Fixes problems when accessing SS using Screen Sharing Adds theme, 'Colour effect 1' Other small fixes
Limitationstrial period, 7 days. No restrictions while using the free trial.
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OS supportMac OS X,
AuthorShiela Dixon
ContactShiela Dixon
Site nameShiela Dixon
Site descriptionScreenSleeves screensaver for Mac. Album cover artwork screensaver for Mac I love album artwork. Back in the day album covers were 12' square and some really were works of art. The CD cover was smaller, and for downloads the cover is no longer physical. But bands still put much effort into good album artwork and how better to display it while you're not working than fullscreen?
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Company namePeacockMedia
Permission DistributionThe trial version of ScreenSleeves can be freely distributed over the internet in an unchanged form