Websaver: Experience the Web on your Screensaver

    Don’t you wish that you could see your important info on the web at all times? Well, that is the goal of Websaver. This app let’s you preset a series of websites to display in a cycle when your Screensaver kicks on.

    You could have it switch between Twitter, Gmail, Macgasm, and Google News. Maybe you’d prefer it to play videos instead — YouTube and Vimeo are set to play videos fullscreen automatically. If you’d prefer that options like Flash and Javascript are turned off, you can take care of that with a couple of clicks.

    If you want to buy Websaver, you can grab it for only $5 in the Sandwich Lab Store. If you’d like to try before you buy, you can download the shareware version here. In the shareware version, you can’t add more than four websites, and some settings aren’t customizable.

    If you’d like to see more cool things from Sandwich Labs, check out Smart Saver and Facebook Ruined My Life. The former is a screen saver settings customization app, and the latter displays your Facebook page as your screensaver.

    Do you have any thoughts about Websaver? Maybe you have a suggestion for other cool screensavers. Let us know by commenting on this post or by hitting me up on Twitter.

    Photo Credit: Sandwich Labs

    Grant is a writer from Delaware. In his spare time, Grant maintains a personal blog, hosts The Weekly Roar, hosts Quadcast, and writes for video games.