Mac: Screen savers aren't as exciting as they used to be, but if you're looking to mix things up a little, WebViewScreenSaver allows you to use any web site you want as a screen saver. The basic idea here is as simple as it sounds. Set a URL or two in WebViewScreenSaver, pick a refresh rate and you're done. From there, when your screen saver ticks on, it will load that URL for the amount of time you set it for. This makes the most sense for something like a constantly updating news site, but personally I found it best for Giphy's TV pages.
WebViewScreenSaver Turns Any Web Site Into A Screen Saver On Mac
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