Google has upgraded one of its most appreciated software, Google Earth, and came up with a version that supports 64-bit OS, Google Earth Pro 7.3.1. According to Blorge, Google representatives told the audience that the new version is also free of the older version’s bugs as the developers made some fixes and improved the program’s stability and performance.
The Google Earth Pro versions will remain the only ones available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux and will contain all the features and the instruments. On the other hand, a regular version of Google Earth, with fewer tools and features, will run on Android, iOS, and web.
The Google Earth Pro 7.3.1 version has been launched a couple of days ago, and accordingly to Google in has new features and better stability, including:
- SSL clients authentication support
- CSV support
- GPS mode
- DirectX mode stability
- 64-bit support
- Printing support on Linux
- Security updates
- Better stability, overall
Improved business tools are also included in the Google Earth Pro 7.3.1:
- CSV and ESRI GIS files support
- High-resolution printing
- Movie Maker tool for 1080p videos production
- Measurements tools
Google has also released two minor issues they promise to fix in a future update. Thus, cache data loss is inevitable when updating the software from the 32-bit version to the new 64-bit version and the ‘Tables’ instruments show instability.
Google Earth is a very loved software as it is easily letting people virtually travel around the world. With features such as tours, 3D buildings, traffic and demographic data, sightseeing, satellite view, and Street View, Google Earth offers a unique experience.
Also, as the Google Earth Pro 7.3.1 offers 64-bit support and improved business instruments, such as accurate measurements tools and high-res printing, this version is also suitable for projects creation and business resources.