Enables you to explore the globe with a swipe of your finger

Google Earth for Mac

Join our mailing list

Stay up to date with latest software releases, news, software discounts, deals and more

Download Google Earth 7.3.0.3832

Google Earth for Mac

 -  100% Safe  -  Freeware

What's new in this version:

Google Earth 7.3.0.3832
Fixed Issues:
- Terrain imagery tiles missing in some locations
- Tour audio recording and playback not working
- Tours with recorded audio not correctly saved
- Crash when loading large KML data files
- Drag-and-drop files into application window not working
- Can't open KMZ files from a path with ".kmz" in it
- Skyscrapers cut off when saving high-resolution images
- COM registration not performed by Windows installer
- Some images embedded in KML don't load
- Anisotropic filtering option has no effect
- Startup Tips sometimes incorrectly positioned
- Labels in Arabic were often cut off

Changes:
- Earth "Free" and Pro have now been combined into a single product, Earth Pro
- Windows: Windows 7 is earliest version supported
- Windows: new installs default to OpenGL mode
- Mac: Mac OS 10.8 is earliest version supported
- Mac: application is now 64-bit
- Mac: antialiasing option is now available
- High-resolution ("high-DPI", "Retina") display support
- New Repair Tool to reset cache data, settings, and fix application startup issues
- Updated Movie Maker tool with new video formats
- Improved image saving, printing and movie making performance
- Web Inspector tool available for KML balloons
- HTML5 videos such as YouTube embeds work in placemark balloons
- Updated and improved internal Web browser and security

Known Issues:
- "Share with Google+" feature not working
- SSL client certificates not currently supported
- Toolbar buttons, UI icons pixelated in high-DPI mode
- Windows: high-DPI support isn't enabled until pixel scale is 200% or higher (use googleearth2x.bat to force high-DPI mode)

Google Earth 7.3.0.3830
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.3.0.3827
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.1.8.3036
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.1.7.2606
- Earth Pro stops refreshing content after a few minutes

Google Earth 7.1.7.2602
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.1.7.2600
- Removed menu items for Google Maps Engine and the Google Earth Community.
- New Google and Google Earth logos.
- Crashes from rearranging items in My Places.
- Earth Pro: Removed registration dialog as Pro no longer requires a license.
- Windows: “1603” installer error caused by attempts to re-install Earth 7.
- Linux: Font dialog and other crashes.
- Linux: Cache data inconsistency between 32 and 64-bit builds.
- Linux: RPM installer problems with permissions in directory “/usr/bin”.
- Mac & Linux: Updated driver support for 3Dconnexion controller devices.

Google Earth 7.1.5.1557
- The Google account sign-in process was updated from OAuth 1.0 to OAuth 2.0, given the deprecation of Oauth 1.0. Users of all previous versions of Earth will not be able to sign-in with their Google accounts after May 30th, 2015.
- Fixes issues with the auto-update process on OS X

Google Earth 7.1.4.1529
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.1.2.2041
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 7.1.2.2019
- The "Enable Controller" option in user preferences is now turned off by default. This prevents red directional arrows from displaying as a result of uncalibrated joysticks and other controllers being connected to Earth at startup.
- For enhanced security, "Use HTTPS for Google connections" is now toggled on by default.
- We fixed a bug whereby the cache size rose above user-specified limits.
- We fixed a crash resulting from searching on some Windows machines.
- We updated the LEAP API to version 1.08.
- We reduced LEAP controller sensitivity to user hand motions. This enables a smoother flight and greater control over your flight path when using a LEAP.

Google Earth 7.1.1.1888
The "Enable Controller" option is now default on. If you have an uncalibrated external controller (such as a gaming joystick) connected to your computer, this could result in the Earth spinning with arrows displaying to signify movement. As a workaround, we suggest the following:
- Turning off "Enable Controller" in the "Navigation" tab of Options/Preferences
- Unplugging your external controller, or
- Recalibrating your external controller

Google Earth 7.1.1.1871
- We have included another fix for the unified_cache_leveldb_leveldb2 directory filling beyond specified cache limits for some Windows and Macintosh users.
- Imagery no longer stays blurry upon zooming in when the cache is full.
- Font and tilt settings now stick between sessions.
- Balloon opens now display when recording tours.
- We have included UI improvements to Flight Simulator.
- When printing, the scale legend now displays correct distances.
- Collada models now display with uncorrupted textures.
- Polygons and image overlays now display correctly across the Antimeridian.
- We fixed an issue with certain GPU - driver combinations whereby no imagery displayed in the client.
- The time slider in Sun and Historical Imagery features now displays the correct Daylight Savings time.
- Performance and stability improvements.

Google Earth 7.0.3.8542
- Google Earth Client: Put in a fix for the unified_cache_leveldb_leveldb2 directory filling beyond specified cache limits for some Windows users.
- Google Earth Client: Now handles SSL certificate revocation errors appropriately.
- Google Earth Client: Lighting of Diorama buildings in OGL now appears correctly.
- Google Earth Client: Balloons no longer flicker while playing tours.
- Google Earth Client: Improved the appearance of image and polygon overlays for users running some families of Radeon GPUs.
- Google Earth Client: Included stability improvements for users running GeForce 6xxx and 7xxx cards.
- Google Earth Client: Included stability improvements for users running Earth for extended periods of time.
- Google Earth Client: Imagery now displays for Linux users running specific families of Intel GPUs.
- Google Earth Plugin: Placemark and linestring quality no longer diminishes in the Plugin with browser refresh.

Google Earth 7.0.2.8415
- We have included substantial performance improvements to this build. You should see scenes load more rapidly than in our previous public Beta release.
- We have included minor tweaks to the Tour Guide UI.

Issues fixed in this release
- Google Earth Client: We fixed the bug that prevented users from recording movies from saved tours.
- Google Earth Client: Wikipedia text displays in tours.
- Google Earth Client: Gray buildings and extruded polygons have improved lighting effects.
- Google Earth Client: Imagery holes no longer appear after sun has been turned on in DirectX on certain hardware configurations.
- Google Earth Client: Icons align correctly upon installation of .dmg.

Known issues in Google Earth 7
- When run in DirectX mode on certain Radeon graphics cards on Windows, SketchUp models and extruded polygons will appear gray. To work around this issue, run Earth in OpenGL mode.
- When run in OpenGL mode on certain Intel graphics cards, SketchUp models and extruded polygons will appear gray. To work around this issue, run Earth in DirectX mode.
- Clamped Polygons and Image Overlays display multiple instances in 3D cities on certain hardware configurations.
- KML overlays don't render correctly in 3D cities in DX on certain hardware configurations.
- Water surfaces around coastlines will flicker then resolve upon zoom.
- Placemark and linestring quality diminishes in the Plugin with browser refresh. To workaround, zoom closely into the KML you want to view.
- Terrain and Water Surface oddities exist at the antimeridian.

Google Earth 7.0.1.8244
- Support for 3D imagery data: 3D data provides a comprehensive representation of metropolitan environments around the world. 3D imagery is currently available in the these areas.
- Tour Guide mechanism in the client: The new tour guide allows you to explore interesting places around the world, even if you don’t know to search for them. As you move, thumbnails of pre-created tours and points of interest will dynamically update with interesting locations in your current view. Read more.
- Support for terrain data accessed via Google Maps Engine
- Zooming in now tilts at a higher elevation in order to showcase 3D imagery
- A unified graphical rendering pipeline
- Redesigned startup tips and status bar Issues fixed in this release
- Google Earth Client
- Fixed a Pro and Enterprise bug whereby cached login data disappeared after upgrading to Mac OS 10.8+.
- Sound can now be recorded from a microphone when producing a tour.
- Improved Atmosphere feature for users on certain NVIDIA GeForce cards.
- Polygons clamped to seafloor now display correctly. Known issues in Google Earth 7
- PC Enterprise users will note flashing historical imagery when going to the minimum date of the time slider in a handful of areas around the world. To workaround, use 6.2 for Enterprise.
- Terrain, imagery and polygons that overlap the antemeridian occasionally appear broken.
- This build includes changes to shaders that strain older graphics cards. Please see system requirements for updated lists of recommended hardware.

Google Earth 6.2.2.7373
- Fly to your house. Just type in an address, press Search, and you'll zoom right in.
- Search for schools, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Get driving directions.
- Tilt and rotate the view to see 3D terrain and buildings.
- Save and share your searches and favorites.

Google Earth 6.2.2.6613
- Change log not available for this version

Google Earth 5.1.3533.1731
- Improved Startup Time. The improvement is most noticeable when users launch the Earth application multiple times.
- Improved overall rendering performance. Changes include faster atmosphere rendering and using compressed textures whenever possible.
- Improved Road rendering Performance: Frame rate at places with dense road networks is three times faster than in previous releases.
- Improved memory utilization in the application.
- Significantly smoother frame-rate and less stuttering in the application compared to previous releases.
- Improved performance with large region based network link KML documents. Some of large KML documents are now processed and rendered at more than twice the speed of earlier releases.
- Improved KML document handling performance. Large regionated KML Image overlays are up to 80% faster than previous releases.
- Support for KML hint = moon or mars to switch to moon or mars based on kml document.
- Availability of one installer that installs both the Google Earth application and browser plugin.
- Desktop Application now works on Windows 7.
- Users can set the memory cache size up to 1024 MB now.



Join our mailing list

Stay up to date with latest software releases, news, software discounts, deals and more