Google Earth Pro
Google Earth Pro
7.3.2.5776

3.7

Google Earth Pro free download for Mac

Google Earth Pro

7.3.2.5776
06 April 2019

Advanced business tools for Google Earth.

Overview

Google Earth Pro gives advanced business tools in addition to all the easy-to-use features and imagery of Google Earth.

  • Utilize data layers to locate your target demographic
  • Compute distances and areas using measurement tools
  • Use Movie Maker to produce media collateral
  • Print high-resolution images for presentations and reports
  • Import large vector image files to quickly map GIS data
  • Map addresses with the Spreadsheet Importer

Note: Only recently made free. In order to take advantage of the free usage enter email address and use the key GETFREE when asked.

What's new in Google Earth Pro

Version 7.3.2.5776:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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Derekcurrie
02 November 2018

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Google is lazy about providing system configuration compatibility notes. Here's where they buried them: https://support.google.com/earth/answer/21955?hl=en MU is out-of-date above. The current requirements are: Minimum: • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8 • CPU: Intel 64-bit • System Memory (RAM): 2GB • Hard Disk: 2GB free space • Internet Connection • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 1.4 compatible Recommended: • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8 or later • CPU: Intel dual-core 64-bit • System Memory (RAM): 4GB • Hard Disk: 4GB free space • High-Speed Internet Connection • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
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Version 7.3.2.5495
nicolau-duque
06 September 2019
Excelente
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Version 7.3.2.5776
hpngamesa
03 June 2019
I did not have enough space on the HD for an update of the operating system, so I deleted this program
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Version 7.3.2.5776
gavdale1963
28 February 2019
Deleted as no more updates available and not optimised for MacOS 10.14.3!!
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Version 7.3.2.5495
1 answer(s)
Felix01
Felix01
11 May 2019
Google Earth Pro 7.3.2.5776 (64-bit)
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Derekcurrie
02 November 2018
Google is lazy about providing system configuration compatibility notes. Here's where they buried them: https://support.google.com/earth/answer/21955?hl=en MU is out-of-date above. The current requirements are: Minimum: • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8 • CPU: Intel 64-bit • System Memory (RAM): 2GB • Hard Disk: 2GB free space • Internet Connection • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 1.4 compatible Recommended: • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8 or later • CPU: Intel dual-core 64-bit • System Memory (RAM): 4GB • Hard Disk: 4GB free space • High-Speed Internet Connection • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
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Version 7.3.2.5495
Frankp
02 November 2018
Works perfectly for me.. Never had a problem downloading or using. Can highly recommend it to anyone going to visit a new area and want to see what it looks like.
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Version 7.3.2.5495
TallTed
29 June 2018
Total fail. 7.3.2.5481 crashes at launch on Mac OS X 10.10.5, with -- Application Specific Information: dyld: launch, loading dependent libraries Dyld Error Message: Library not loaded: @rpath/libavcodec.57.dylib Referenced from: /Applications/Google Earth Pro.app/Contents/Frameworks/libgoogleearth_pro.dylib Reason: no suitable image found. Did find: /Applications/Google Earth Pro.app/Contents/Frameworks/../Frameworks/libavcodec.57.dylib: code signature invalid for '/Applications/Google Earth Pro.app/Contents/Frameworks/../Frameworks/libavcodec.57.dylib' /Applications/Google Earth Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/libavcodec.57.dylib: code signature invalid for '/Applications/Google Earth Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/libavcodec.57.dylib'
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Version 7.3.2.5481
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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
02 November 2018
My only guess: Be sure you have the latest version of Chrome installed. The Pro version of Google Earth now requires Chrome be installed on your boot drive.
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TallTed
TallTed
03 November 2018
@Derekcurrie - Chrome is installed, and keeps itself current at every relaunch, so that ain't it. Also, if Chrome is required, the Earth Pro installer should say so, and refuse to install without it.
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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
03 November 2018
I'm sorry that didn't help. - - There's the usual First Rule:
A) Uninstall the whole thing, top to bottom. I'd uninstall Chrome as well. That means digging out related files from your account's Library folder, especially from Preferences. (Spotlight search for inexplicable reasons doesn't provide results from the Preferences folder unless you're actually inside the folder in the Finder. I have no idea why).
B) Reinstall everything and try again.

Another thought: If you have a reverse fire wall, like Little Snitch, be sure it is letting Chrome and Google Earth access everything on the Internet. You can always cut out the crap later on after things are working (Google analytics, ad nauseam).

And of course, repair your boot drive's system. Boot with Command-R held down then work your way to Disk Utility and let it run on your boot volume. Persistence and patience is still a requirement of computing, sadly.
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TallTed
TallTed
04 November 2018
@Derekcurrie - You're trying too hard.

The error I reported in the first place would not be resolved by any of your suggestions. That was a build error in that specific version of Google Earth (and your first thought about Chrome being necessary wouldn't have solved it, either, because of the link path to the library it couldn't find).

The current build of GEarthPro (7.3.2.5495 dated Nov 2, as opposed to the one I complained about, 7.3.2.5481) works fine, because Google fixed their build error.

(P.S. I've been working in various kinds of tech support, with Mac, Windows, VMS, Linux, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, and various others since 1986. I know from troubleshooting. Reinstall doesn't fix a build error. Neither does tweaking firewall settings. Neither does a filesystem check/rebuild.)
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Virtualruffy
07 February 2018
Interesting, when you go the the website it has no download and instead tells you that Google earth now requires chrome and you must download from within chrome. The macupdate link works. But will the installer quit or refuse to run? right now i'm not touching it.
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Version 7.3.1.4507
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AnthoLogical
AnthoLogical
22 June 2018
When you go to Google website, look at the menu bar, there is a Desktop version as well: Earth Pro on Desktop.

Direct link: https://www.google.com/earth/desktop/.

This link should be placed here at MacUpdate, which at this moment still provides an old one, not working anymore, and getting you redirected to Heart's Home.
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Cowicide
18 November 2016
Download version without autoupdate mechanism installed in your system: https://support.google.com/earth/answer/168344?hl=en
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Version 7.1.5.1557
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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
02 November 2018
OR: After installing anything Google, you can trash their 'keystone' plist files which initiate and run their autoupdate routines. The files are located here:

/Library/LaunchAgents/.plist
/Library/LaunchDaemons/.plist

The free app BlockBlock from Objective-See is also helpful in approving and blocking such installation cruft.
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Libertyforall1776
31 October 2016
2016 and STILL not 64-bit! *facepalm*
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Version 7.1.5.1557
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Cowicide
Cowicide
03 December 2017
Latest update is finally 64 bit on Mac.
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Starman535
29 October 2016
The installer is broken it will not install even under root privilege.
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Version 7.1.5.1557
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  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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