Google Earth software is available in 5 types:
For each desktop platform Google Earth has Windows, Mac, Linux versions
For mobile platform there are Android, and iOS (iPhone) versions.
There is also a new automotive version as well.
The current version and several previous versions (including v6.2) of both Google Earth and Google Earth Pro for Windows and Mac can be downloaded from Google Earth's direct download site.https://support.google.com/earth/answer/168344?hl=en
You can still download older versions of Google Earth namely 6.2 through 5.1 from Google's direct download links. Best to uninstall Google Earth 7.0 (if unable to use that version) then install a clean version of 6.2 or 5.1 downloaded directly from google.com.Note, however, that street view is only supported in GE versions 6 and higher.Since Google has removed such versions of Google Earth then it isn't advisable to use those -- use the versions of that Google makes available. If you really want 4.3 or earlier versions then non-google web sites such as filehippo.com have those versions but you have to download at your own risksince Google doesn't authorize those web sites.See related link below.
In order to use Google Earth you need to download the application. There are versions of Google earth for all sorts of mobile devices available for download.
The Google Earth Free and Pro versions have the same numbering scheme so the version itself doesn't tell you if what you have is Pro version or not. When you start Google Earth Pro it will have "Google Earth Pro" in the title of the window. You can also go to Help menu and select "About Google Earth".
There is only one free version of Google Earth, so that'd be the best one out there. In total are only two versions of Google Earth: the free version, and the professional (paid) version.
I guess it is free to use however, you cannot distribute it on your own. In free version you cannot integrate your GIS data but there are another versions like Google Earth pro and Google Earth enterprise.
Yes, they are two different products of Google Inc.
Here is one of Google's announcements of ending Street View support for Google Earth versions 5.x and older. "With the most recent update to Google Earth (6.2), we are also finalizing our transition to a new method of delivering Street View imagery in Google Earth. This means, that the older versions of Google Earth (anything before 6.0) will no longer be able to access Street View. We held off making this change until now, when the vast majority of Google Earth users are on 6.0 (or later)." -- Google Jan 2012. Basically, Google decided to improve the Street View interfaces which would be implemented in the current versions of Google Earth for desktop and mobile platforms rather than keep supporting the older (less efficient) method of accessing Street View.
As it did for earlier versions of Google Earth, Google offers a free version for normal usage and a high-performance Pro version for business users with an annual subscription.
Google Maps and Google Earth are two completely different technologies. Google Earth can be downloaded and placed on your computer and is more powerful and interactive.
In older versions of Google Earth the 'Terrain' layer option appeared as the last item under Primary Database in the Layers pane on the left side of the window. This was removed in recent versions of Google Earth.You can go to Tools -> Options -> 3D View -> Terrain and set exaggeration to 0.01 to effectively remove the terrain effects.
Google Maps has following different views:Map ViewSatellite ViewEarth View (*)Street View(*) Note Earth View is using the Google Earth API, which is basically running Google Earth within the web browser as a plugin.
Google provides a direct download installer web page to download the current (7.1.5) and older versions of Google Earth (6.2, 6.1, 6.0, 5.2, 5.1) for Windows and Mac.This web page also has links to download GE Pro versions as well. As of the 6.0 release, the 5.0 and 4.3 versions are no longer available from here. Linux at present can be downloaded from the normal download page.Also note that Street view layer is no longer supported in Google Earth 5.x versions and earlierSee related links section below.
Yes. Google Earth supports desktops or notebooks running Windows (XP, Vista, or Win7), Mac (OS X 10.5.0 or later), and Linux (2.4 or later). There are also mobile Google Earth versions for Android and iPhone.
One can get information on Google Earth at the official Google's website for Google Earth. Other resources are Wikipedia, different Google Earth related Blogs like Gearthblog, forums or the program's Help section.
As of the 6.0 release in March 2011 the 5.0 and 4.3 versions are no longer available from google's official web site. You can still use the direct installer links to download the previous versions (5.2, 5.1) for Windows and Mac. This web page also has links to download GE Pro versions as well.However, you can still download old versions of Google Earth (including 5.0 and beta versions) from the filehippo website. (This website is not affiliated with Google so use at your own risk.)
there are several different versions of snow white, you might find them in brothers grimm books or on the internet , i had to research them for my homework, i just typed it into google
Google Earth versions 5 and 6 are both available with free versions for personal use as well as a professional Pro version for business/professional use with annual subscription. Both versions use the same imagery database so the paid versions doesn't offer better or higher resolution imagery but it does offer some advanced features, hi-res printing, and additional layers.
The explicit fly-to tab that existed in Google Earth 6.1 (and earlier versions) has been removed in Google Earth 6.2 and replaced with a simpler/more powerful interface.Typing in an address or coordinates then clicking search or pressing enter will automatically fly to that location.
The previous version of Google Earth (7.0) can be downloaded from the normal Google Earth download page by clicking 'Advanced setup'. This requires several mouse clicks.A more direct approach is using the direct installer links to download the previous versions (7.0, 6.0, 6.2, 6.1, 6.0, 5.2, 5.1) for Windows and Mac. This web page also has links to download GE Pro versions as well. As of the 6.0 release the 5.0 and 4.3 versions are no longer available.Note that street view is only supported in GE versions 6 and higher.See related links section.
Both Pro and free versions of Google Earth display the same resolution satellite imagery.However, Google Earth Pro supports high resolution printing (up to 4,800 pixels) and the same resolution when saving screen shots to JPEG files.
Google recently stopped support for Street View in versions of Google Earth older than 6.0. This means that Google Earth 5.1, 5.2, and older no longer access the Street View layer. Google announced that with the most recent update to Google Earth (6.2), it finalized the transition to a new method of delivering Street View imagery in Google Earth and dropped the older method of delivery in older versions of Google Earth (anything before 6.0). Download the latest Google Earth version to access the Street View imagery and other new features at related link below. Note the new preview version of Google Maps had removed the Orange "pegman" icon used to activate Street View, which made many users report that Street View was broken. The "pegman" icon has been recently added back due to popular demand.
Google Earth is a geographical mapping application that consists of client and server components. Google provides a free version of the client as well as Pro and Enterprise versions. The availability of high resolution imagery of the world as well as panoramic Street View imagery makes Google Earth a popular and useful software tool to explore the world.
They're both different software with different usages.Google earth is an earth visualizer, as well as a map, direction finder, and general combination of several useful google map utilities.Google latitude, however, is a software commonly found on the new google phones that allows you to reveal your current location to your friends and family and to find out theirs.It really depends on what you want to do.