Google Earth Pro 18.104.22.1681 22.214.171.12413 Multilingual
Google Earth Pro 126.96.36.1991 188.8.131.5213 Multilingual: A Powerful Tool for Exploring the World
Google Earth Pro is a software application that allows you to view and explore the Earth in 3D, using high-resolution satellite imagery, aerial photography, terrain data, and street view. You can also create and share your own maps, placemarks, tours, and measurements, as well as import and export GIS data, and access historical imagery.
Google Earth Pro is available for free for users with advanced feature needs, and it supports Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. The latest version of Google Earth Pro is 7.3.6, which was released on September 1, 2023. However, some users may still have older versions of Google Earth Pro installed on their computers, such as 184.108.40.2061 or 220.127.116.1113.
In this article, we will review some of the features and improvements that Google Earth Pro has introduced since version 18.104.22.16813, and explain how to update your Google Earth Pro to the latest version.
What's New in Google Earth Pro?
Google Earth Pro has undergone many changes and enhancements since version 22.214.171.12413, which was released in February 2012. Here are some of the highlights of the new features and improvements that Google Earth Pro has added over the years:
Movie Maker tool: This tool allows you to create high-quality videos from your Google Earth views and tours, using hardware-accelerated video encoding for faster processing and better image quality. You can also use the HEVC (H.265) codec for more efficient compression. Additionally, you can access full navigation controls, including Historical Imagery and Street View, in live recording mode, and defer video encoding until after live recording is finished.
GeoJSON support: GeoJSON is a widely used format for encoding geographic data structures. Google Earth Pro now supports importing and exporting GeoJSON files , which makes it easier to share and use GIS data from various sources.
Plus code search: Plus codes are short codes that represent any location on Earth. Google Earth Pro now allows you to search for plus codes by entering them in the search box or by pressing Shift+right-click on the map. You can also see the plus code of any location by clicking on it in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.
High-DPI display support: Google Earth Pro now automatically supports high-DPI displays on Windows, which means that the interface and the imagery will look sharper and clearer on high-resolution screens.
Updated Street View experience: Google Earth Pro has improved the Street View mode by fixing navigation bugs and distorted rendering of Street View imagery. You can also see more information about the Street View location, such as the date of capture and the attribution, by clicking on the clock icon at the top left corner of the screen.
Improved printing tool quality: Google Earth Pro has enhanced the quality of the printing tool by increasing the maximum image size and adding PNG format support. You can also adjust the size of the Google Earth logo in the main view, saved images, and printouts.
Other fixes and improvements: Google Earth Pro has also made many other fixes and improvements to its performance, security, compatibility, usability, and stability over the years . Some examples include: fixing connectivity issues after reconnecting to WiFi; adding accurate stars and night sky background positions; resolving security vulnerabilities; adding regionate tool support for KML Schema extended data; consistently saving KML files with no changes from session to session; correctly importing CSV files with values that contain quotation marks; editing KML LinearRing placemark line style; cosmetic refinements to My Places and Layers panels; etc.