What version of Google Earth supports tilt and 3d rotation?
All versions of Google Earth (v4 through v6 including free and Pro versions) support 3-D tilt and rotation, which can be controlled via the mouse or keyboard in addition to 3rd party input devices such as 3Dconnexion's Space Navigator 3D mouse.
For 3-D view to be enabled make sure 'Show terrain' is checked in the Tools/Options/3D View panel. Also the 3-D Buildings layer should also selected to get the full 3-D effect.
Normally Google Earth Pro auto-updates to the new version when it is available but if that feature is disabled or not working you can manually install the latest version. Visit the Google Earth download page to download the latest version for Windows, Mac, or Linux desktop platforms. You can show the version of Google Earth in the Hep menu and selecting "About Google Earth". Note that Google Earth desktop has been replaced with Google Earth…
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".
When the Google Earth application is running, open the Help menu and select the "About Google Earth" item. This will open a popup window with Google Earth version (e.g. 188.8.131.5230), build date, renderer (OpenGL or DirectX), etc. With Apple iPhone or iTouch, start Google Earth application. Open menu, then click Settings and scroll to end of the list to find the Google Earth version.
Google Earth is a free download available from Google at the Google Earth site. Google Earth Pro is an enhanced version of the free product tailored towards the business user. It is available for an annual subscription fee of $400. You can download a free 7-day trial of Google Earth Pro from the same download page. UPDATE: As of Google Earth 7.3, the free version of Google Earth and Google Earth Pro products have been…