Google Trends is in the form of a graph that informs you about the frequency of searches for a term per year on its search engine. It also allows you to know the articles associated with the terms that have been read the most.
It is now also a screensaver for Mac OS X and OS X (from Max OS X 10.9). The Mountain View firm makes it available for free on a dedicated site where you can already get an idea of the rendering.
Concretely, you just have to go to this site, download the .dmg file (from the upper right corner) and install it. Then, by double-clicking on the screen saver, the “Desktop and screen saver” window appears.
Then select this new screen saver called “Google Trends” which appears to activate it.
From “Screen saver options”, you can choose the time from which it is displayed but also the quantity of terms that will be displayed simultaneously by choosing the number of rows (from 1 to 5) and columns ( from 1 to 5) of the grid (from 1 to 25 terms therefore). You can also select the regions (all regions or a country, France not being offered; Switzerland and Belgium are however offered).
Download Google Trends Screensaver.