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    google earth is awesome
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    Have you tried it? The site said that it was not allowing any downloads. Has any used it with a gps reciever?
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    google earth is awesome, so much potential

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    Quote Originally Posted by wariow
    google earth is awesome, so much potential
    Yeah man, it is. I'm curious if anyone has picked up a copy of Google Earth Plus; the one that has GPS support. I want to know if it allows offline usage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warnockm
    Yeah man, it is. I'm curious if anyone has picked up a copy of Google Earth Plus; the one that has GPS support. I want to know if it allows offline usage.
    Doubt it seing how the maps are downloaded from their servers in real-time.
    If google wants to make a buck, they can release a standalone version with all the maps available offline. I bet it would take several gigabytes just to install maps for one state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuriy
    Doubt it seing how the maps are downloaded from their servers in real-time.
    If google wants to make a buck, they can release a standalone version with all the maps available offline. I bet it would take several gigabytes just to install maps for one state.
    Yeah, thats what these things called "dvds" can hold apparently.

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    Yeah, I signed up for plus thinking that it would work w/ real time gps. But it doesnt it only allows to download POI's and stuff like that from a handheld unit to the program.... Unless I couldn't figure it out, I don't think it worked. So far, I'm $20 down.
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    Ya', me too.

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