Showing posts with label Google Earth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google Earth. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

What are the differences between Google Earth, Google Earth Plus and Google Earth Pro?

Google Earth, Google Earth Plus, Google Earth Pro

Google Earth Plus and Google Earth offer entertainment and information for personal use; Google Earth Pro offers powerful features for business and commercial use. Although our images are the same for all products, these can be distinguished by their functions.

Google Earth free Version

The free version of Google Earth, intended for non-commercial personal use, allows an interactive exploration in 3D of the planet through terabytes of aerial imagery and satellite. You zoom to specific places, see 3D terrain and buildings or looking for hotels or restaurants along with dozens of other attractions data layers. The results are displayed in the 3D Earth Viewer, so it's easy to search in multiple layers, save results to folders and share them with other users.

Google Earth Plus

Google Earth Plus offers all of the above and more. Some of its features are:
-Higher resolution printing for large and sharp results.
-Data import (which allows you to view up to 100 addresses of .csv files).
-Import of GPS data, allowing you to read points of monitoring and signalling of selected GPS devices.

Google Earth Pro

For professional and commercial use, Google Earth Pro is the research, presentations, and more advanced collaboration tool for geographic information. If you use Google Earth for business purposes, the Pro version is what you need. Google Earth Pro includes:
-A tool for measuring areas (to measure square meters, kilometers, acres, radios, etc.).
-Data import (which allows you to process up to 2,500 locations by address or by latitude and longitude coordinates).
-The best features of printing and storage (allowing prints large and crisp, of up to 4,800 pixels).
-Creator of movies.
-Importer of GIS data.
-Print Premium (which allows you to print high resolution images of size up to A3 or 4,800 pixels).
-By chat or e-mail customer support.