About Wallpaper Wizard 2
Wallpaper Wizard 2 is a Mac application with an endless catalog of beautiful backgrounds in HD quality that is updated every week.
Simple and friendly, Wallpaper Wizard lets you set the preferred frequency and order of pictures rotation on all your displays. The configuration takes but a few seconds, so all you need to do is scroll through featured collections or use a search to find new favorite backgrounds right on your Mac.
Wallpaper Wizard 2 is available on Setapp and Mac App Store and thus moves to your Mac in a couple of clicks.
- macOS 10.11 or higher
- Around 80 MB of free disk space
Download and installation
You can get Wallpaper Wizard 2 by any of the following ways:
- Install from Setapp (7 days of free trial), or
- Download from macpaw.com (7 days of free trial), or
- Purchase at Mac App Store
Setapp version (free trial during 7 days)
If you already have Setapp, you can start using Wallpaper Wizard very quickly:
- Open Setapp and find Wallpaper Wizard.
- Click Install.
As soon as Wallpaper Wizard is on your Mac, Setapp opens it for you.
If you don’t have Setapp, take it here. You’ll have a month to try Wallpaper Wizard and many other useful apps for free.
MacPaw version (free trial during 7 days)
After you downloaded Wallpaper Wizard 2 from the MacPaw website, simply install it as a regular app:
- Double-click the WallpaperWizard-2.dmg.
- Drag Wallpaper Wizard 2.app to the Applications folder.
Now, you can open the app and dive into countless collections of high-quality backgrounds. You can use this version of Wallpaper Wizard 2 for free during the next 7 days. Later, if you enjoyed the way your desktop looks with Wallpaper Wizard 2, you'll need to buy the license in our store.
App Store version
If you’ve already purchased an App Store version of Wallpaper Wizard 2, just do the following to install the app:
- Open your App Store and navigate the to the Purchased tab.
- Click Install next to Wallpaper Wizard 2.
If you've bought Wallpaper Wizard 2 but it is not available in the list of purchased apps, quit and re-open Mac App Store (choose Quit App Store from the App Store menu), or restart your Mac. This step will force the App Store app to reload the list of available applications.