Mac Requirements. You should have at least a Mac OS X 10.6 or higher and a RAM of 512MB to go with the 500MB of free hard disk space. However, the most suitable specification would include a Mac OS X 10.6.8 or newer. At the same time, a preferable system memory of 1GB with free hard disk space of 2GB or more. Android Requirements. Aug 19, 2020 The latest version of Google Earth is 7.3 on Mac Informer. It is a perfect match for Science in the Education category. The app is developed by Google and its user rating is 4.3 out of 5. Google Earth Pro on desktop is free for users with advanced feature needs. Import and export GIS data, and go back in time with historical imagery. Available on PC, Mac, or Linux.
This is the big news for Google Earth for Mac fans. Google releases Google Earth 6 beta for Mac, introduces 3D trees. This is the perfect tools for many many Maps fanatics, using Google Earth we can browse entire earth virtually.
Now on Google Earth 6, you can browse high quality 3D trees too. Don’t forget to Download Google Earth 6 beta for Mac. You can get Google Earth 6 for free here
This is little bit more details on Google Earth 6
- Fly to any place around the world.
- See 3D buildings, imagery, and terrain.
- Find cities, places, and local businesses.
Check this video how Google Earth 6 3D Trees features work
If you really want more stunning tools, download Google Earth 6 Pro for Mac some features that you’ll got on Pro
Google Earth Pro
Google Earth Pro has additional tools and datasets specifically for businesses and government employees to make smarter, faster decisions.
Mac 10.6.8 Update Download
- Built-in tools for viewing GIS data and high-resolution printing
- Data import functionality for vector and imagery datasets
- New! 3D Measurements of heights, areas and viewsheds
- Parcel, traffic and demographic datasets styled
- Full Enterprise License Agreement and email support
- Area and radius measurement tools for quick, on the fly calculations of the earth
Google Earth For Mac Os
via TUAW and Google Earth Blog