Seeing where you are from space is always cool, and Satellite Eyes lets you do that any time you like from your Mac's desktop. This app shows the satellite view of your current location as your desktop image, spans images across multiple monitors, lets you choose from several different image styles, apply filters, and uses Location Services to update your desktop image so it always shows the view from where you are. As if that isn't enough, it's also free to download.
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