Google Releases Featured Photos Screensaver for macOS

It’s the same screensaver that ships on Chromecast, Fiber, and Pixel devices, and it displays a bunch of attractive images sourced from Google+ that make your Mac look even prettier while it’s idle. That’s because Google’s fantastic photo stream screensaver pulls a seemingly endless collection of breathtaking shots from the web and displays them in high-resolution glory. If you have an Android device, you can use the Wallpapers app to display these same photos as background images on your home or lock screen. Prior to this, the feature was only available on the Pixel phones, Chromecast, and Google Fiber devices, but now Mac users will get to enjoy it as well. Today Google said it has also added these photos into that Wallpapers app, in addition to the Mac screen saver. The photographer username has also been included by Google in case you wish to track down for more photos. Following up to that release is a brand new screensaver for macOS users titled ‘Featured Photos.’ It features stunning photographs shared by people on Google+. It’s a great opportunity to showcase your work globally. And now, the company is bringing these photos to Mac. If you’re an avid photographer and want to increase your chance of being considered, we encourage you to join the Google+ Create program. Initial California water allocation set at 20 Percent
This follows the most recent allocation of 60% back in April, which was brought up from a ten percent allocation one year ago. The water that is delivered goes down the Sacramento River into canals that carry the water as far south as Los Angeles. If you do plan on downloading the screensaver though, keep in mind it’s only compatible with OS X 10.9 and above. Trump would ´love´ to broker peace between Palestinians, Israel
Asked if he expected any surprises from Obama before his term ends, Lieberman said: “I don’t think so”. Most of the Palestinians killed were carrying out attacks, according to Israeli authorities. Trump wins Michigan’s 16 electoral votes, state board says
The updates dropped Trump’s margin over Clinton from 27,257 votes to 22,460 votes, or 0.8 percent of the total vote. Neither Trump nor his transition team have responded to requests to explain what he meant or provide any evidence.

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