Planets -- Live Wallpaper

Planets -- Live Wallpaper

By Sergey Vdovenko

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2013-01-02
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 64.12 MB
  • Developer: Sergey Vdovenko
  • Compatibility: iOS 10.7+
Score: 4
From 105 Ratings


Place all planets from our Solar System right on your desktop and enjoy an amazing interactive Solar System with a calendar, clock and iCal task list. Can you imagine what it looks like to look at the Solar System from Mars or Uranus? Pick and place a planet at the center of the system (use Options) and look at our Solar System from absolutely new point of view - right on your desktop! Features: * Beautiful 3D Solar System live wallpaper for your Mac. * Soundtrack with ambient sounds of deep space. * Calendar and Clock. * 3 closest tasks for today taken from iCal. * Change the view - click on the desktop. * Change rotation speed and angle. * Place a planet or its satellite at the center of the system. * Zoom in on a planet or one of its moons. * Show planet moons and their orbits. * 4GB of memory recommended * Requires Mac OS 10.7 or higher. Learn more: Video: Note: proportions of orbits and planets were adjusted to fit the screen. Your support would greatly help us make the application even better: if you like the app, please write us a good review on Mac app store. We also appreciate your suggestions - let us know how we can make the app better.


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cool concept but,...

crashes a lot,…
By Alpha_dawg33


very cool wallpaper!!
By reyrivas


A beautiful app! I had one question though, how do I turn off the sound for it?
By qwertttttya


This app worked for the first… 4 hours. Then freezes. Now all of my apps are running slow and raises my CPU tremendously. I have to restart my mac to quit app because it doesn’t show up on Task Manager. Complete waste.
By CharlieSamuels

planets live wallpaper

great app
By spin54


Only shows in 1/4 of the desktop, the rest is a twitchy, static version of the app. This is completely broken, as is the support website. This should be removed from the app store immediately. PLEASE INSPECT/INVESTIGATE THIS APP!
By Don Harm

Doesn’t work

3/4 of the screen is working correctly but, 1/4 (corner) is showing a smaller version of the larger display. It’s like a split screen but, there is no way to change that. I deleted it and will eat the $1.99 but thought I’d let you know it’s not all that great.
By Planetdisappointed

A nice app, but could use some improvement.

I like the app, but it freezes on occasion and I have to either log out and long in again, or restart to recover the app. Secondly, the orbits are all exatcly in the same plane—not realistic in that regard. The revolution rate of the moon (12 revolutions around the earth in one orbit of the sun,) I think is not accurate. Neither are the orbit rates of the inner planets. It seems to not remember some settings from the previous session. Otherwise, its a great screen saver and I enjoy watching it on my 21 inch monitor.
By RichardG15

Very Cool

This is a very cool applications. Looks great as your background and it is a little customizable to add. If you are into space or astrology, you will like this app. It is educational also
By Churic


I had to change some features on it because the noise was very distracting and the background movement as well. It moved too fast, so I had to reduce the speed of the movement of the planets. Also, the noise that came out was annoying because how can I listen to my music while listening to the noise of the planets in the background, makes no sense. So, I turned off the sound. Thereafter, the application keeps on freezing. Right now, there is no movement at all and the preferences does not want to open. This happened prior and I had to re-start my mac. I dont believe that the application is ment to change the features/options.
By RQB30022


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