Magic Flowers brings beautiful Timelapse flowers to your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV. Captured by the Master of Timelapse Louie Schwartzberg this one of a kind app can help you relax as you use your computer or mobile device. Use it while working, shopping, chatting, exploring, or any time you need an escape. Press kit available here.
Magic Flowers TV
We are excited to share a new version of Magic Flowers for the new Apple TV. Bring your Apple TV into bloom with this beautiful collection of flowers from Louie. Available now: Search the Apple TV App Store for Magic Flowers.
Magic Flowers brings our beautiful flowers directly to your desktop. Enjoy the flowers as living wallpaper slowly blooming and changing over the course of your day. The screen saver lets you turn your display into a blooming garden while you are not using your Mac. The app includes a total of 42 unique flowers, 4 color filters, adjustable speed, and complete multi-monitor support. Magic Flowers for Mac is available now in the Mac App Store.
For iPad & iPhone
Magic Flowers offers 18 beautiful interactive flowers that you can explore on your iPad or iPhone. Combined with relaxing ambient sounds the app offers the perfect escape from a busy day. Comes with complete hyper-local weather from Weather Underground. Magic Flowers is available now in the App Store.
About Louie Schwartzberg
The only cinematographer in the world who has been shooting time-lapse 24/7 continuously for more than three decades, Schwartzberg is a visual artist who breaks barriers to connect with audiences, and tells stories that celebrate life by revealing nature’s mysteries and wisdom.
Schwartzberg is also a popular inspirational speaker for corporations and nonprofit groups around the world. He raises awareness about environmental issues through film to inspire audiences ranging from the prestigious TED conference to Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday. He recently directed What's Possible and A World of Difference, two films for the United Nations’ Global Summit on Climate Change, and is currently creating a web series on Gratitude with the John Templeton Foundation.