If you plan to do real-time GPS tracking with Google Earth, and you won’t have Internet access while doing so, you’ll need to have data for the area you’ll be doing your tracking in cached on your hard drive by Google Earth. You can do this manually by “visiting” the area in question in Google Earth while you’re connected to the Internet, but DestinSharks.com has a post on Google Earth Voyager, a free program that automates that process. Edit: Thanks to Yousuf in the comments for this download link at Download.com.
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Any working updates to this tool?
His tool is not working in my end.
The Google earth voyager link is not working. Is there any other option?
You can download google earth voyager from download.com
on another note, there is another good google earth caching software i’ve tried its called GE Cacher and here is the link.
very good prog