Almost anyone is familiar with the Google Maps app that helps millions of people around the world to reach their desired location.
For those that enjoy virtual travels around the world Google also offers a handy program called Google Earth. Besides being table to explore the world users also have access to a host of variety information that can help them in one way or another.
A new version of Google Earth Pro for Mac has been released and it offers a variety of new and interesting features that are bound to make your life easier.
This version offers the following advantages:
- Researchers are able to employ a variety of data layers in order to track down a particular demographic
- You can use a variety of tools in order to calculate distances and areas in a fast and accurate manner
- Fully integrated Movie Maker support allows users to create fascinating media videos that can be player on a variety of devices
- High-resolution images can be downloaded and printed for a variety of purposes including reports and PowerPoint presentations
- Download and import extensive vector maps that allow users to quickly compile GIS map data
- Select and use map addresses with the dedicated Spreadsheet Importer
Improvements brought by the latest update:
- Accessibility improvements: users are able to select several items at the same time, place, move and delete Places panels
- General performance has been increased
- A variety of network security patches and fixes have been employed in order to maintain the privacy of your data
- CSV import function have been boosted, the function now supports older Mac file formats and multi-line text fields
- The glitches that affected the ground overlay editor have been addressed
- The bug that surfaced during Print preview has been fixed
- A variety of smaller fixes that improve the user experience
The program can be downloaded for free from the internet.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.