Google Earth officially drops for Macs

It has been rumored to be coming for a while, we even talked about it here, and it has finally come. Google Earth for Macs was officially released today. To run the Mac version you need OS X 10.4 (Tiger), a 400 MHZ processor and at least 16 MB of video RAM. For optimal performance they recommend 1.5 GHZ, good video, and a broadband connection. As of now the download speeds are horrible (everyone must be trying to get it), but once I have it I will provide a proper review. Quite a huge day for Mac fiends who are spatially oriented, new Intel Macs, Google Earth, and Garmin compatibility. My oh my.

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