SketchUp Mobile Viewer v3.0 [Patched]
Requirements: 4.0 and up
Overview: The SketchUp Mobile Viewer brings 3D models to life on your Android phones and tablets, allowing you to open and view SketchUp models any time, anywhere, on the device you want to view them on.
Explore and share 3D models:
• Download models to your device from your 3D Warehouse, Trimble Connect or Dropbox account for seamless offline viewing
• You can transfer and open SketchUp models directly to your android device, open SketchUp models directly from email attachments, or open files from other cloud service apps (e.g. Google Drive).
• Navigation features include multi-touch gestures for Orbit, Look Around, Pan, Zoom, and Zoom Extents, as well as a Camera menu with options for toggling between Perspective and Orthographic camera modes, and adjusting the Field of View.
• Use the Scenes menu to select from any of the standard camera views (top, side, bottom, etc.) or choose from the list of pre-saved scene-based camera angles. Note: the app currently supports the following Scene settings: Camera location/angle, Camera mode (orthographic/perspective), Field of View, Layer Visibility, Face Style and Background/Sky/Ground Style settings.
• Use the Layers panel to toggle the contents of your SketchUp model layers on or off.
• Use the View panel to choose from any of SketchUp’s Face styles and to toggle X-Ray mode on or off.
• Search and browse through over 2 million, free 3D models on 3D Warehouse.
This app is recommended for Android phones and tablets running Jellybean(4.0) or higher with a minimum of 1024Mb of RAM. Signing in to 3D Warehouse requires a Google ID.
Version 3 of the SketchUp Mobile Viewer app is a major update that includes:
• Support for Dimensions, Text & Sections, Edge Styles and Watermarks
• New Tape Measure tool
• Play Animation, Prev Scene & Next Scene controls to View menu
• Toggles for Hidden Geometry, Section Planes/Cuts, Axes & Enable Transparency to View menu
• Pan & Zoom tools to Navigation menu.
Note: You will have to re-download any saved models in order to open them.
Learn more on the SketchUp Blog: http://blog.sketchup.com/
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