Google released today a new version of Google Earth software. Earth Free and Pro have now been combined into a single product, Earth Pro. Google Earth 7.3 brings us a few fixed issues, support for 64-bit on OSX, high-DPI display support and more.
Google Earth Pro is a free application designed to view satellite images, maps, information about the terrain, 3D buildings, galaxies in outer space and the depths of the oceans. Using the Google Earth Pro user can explore rich geographical content, zoom in from outer space to street level, search for locations of companies to visualize the path completed with a GPS and share them with other users, observe the city from bird's eye view in 3D, view historical imagery or dive below the ocean surface.
Changes implemented in Google Earth 7.3 include support for Windows 7 is earliest version, default OpenGL mode on new Windows installs, support for Mac OS 10.8 is earliest version, antialiasing option is now available on OSX, 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.
As we can read in notes on Google Earth releases we can read about about issues fixed in Google Earth pro 7.3 Client. Those covers fix in missing terrain imagery in some locations, tour audio recording and playback, tours with recorded audio option, crash when loading large KML data files, Startup Tips, labels in Arabic, Skyscrapers cut off when saving high-resolution images. Othere changes in Google Earth Pro 7.3 include updated and improved internal Web browser and security.