Quick Look: WebSaver
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting WebSaver. The developer describes WebSaver quite simply as a screensaver that shows websites. You can create a screensaver with content of your own choice – any selection of websites that you regularly visit. It’s easy to customise, and really useful.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

Screenshots

Setting Up Your Website

Setting Up Your Website

Settings

Settings

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Individual on-screen time for every website
  • Youtube and Vimeo movies are automatically played full screen
  • Ability to disable plugins (like Flash…)
  • Ability to disable Java & JavaScript
  • Reductive layer – allows to change brightness of screensaver

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 or later & Intel Mac

Price: $5

Developer: Sandwichlab

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  • http://twitter.com/applehockey Scott Wasserman

    Looks interesting!

    • http://energio.wordpress.com Gio

      do you want something more interesting (and free)? http://www.brock-family.org/gavin/macosx/websaver.html

      • Jane

        But that can run only one website… And without any configs.

      • http://www.sprocket.co.nz Duncan Heal

        thanks for the link.
        Right, now to code up a web page that works as a status board.

  • ahgr

    This screensaver is really, non function app.

  • PatF

    Guys, this is awesome! I bought a licence and turned off sleep on my mac. I love it.

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  • http://www.mutualmobile.com app development

    The app ideas that people are coming up with are amazingly creative! I want to try WebSaver to see if I like it. For those that have tried it already, does it slow your system performance at all or drain battery life? Also, is it worth the money?

  • http://www.xcubelabs.com/ iOS Developer

    Seeing the feedback here…I cannot make out whether the app is worth downloading for $5..Please who have used the app can share their experience.

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