“Ok, so you know there is a beta of Google Earth floating on the net. I’m sure you would love to play with it. Wait no longer my children. A VERY MYSTERIOUS person sent an email to our tipline with the download link,” UNEASYsilence reports.
MacDailyNews Note: We have run this application on Max OS X 10.4.3. It seemed to work well enough in our brief testing. We did have to hit “Command-.” on the first run to stop the application from attempting to connect to the Google server, as it seemed to hang there forever. Subsequent runs of the app. worked without needing to hit “Command-.”
More info and download link (12.6MB – .zip file) here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews reader "digitaldownfall" for the heads up.]
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