Graphics & Photo Software Editing Google SketchUp for Windows

Google SketchUp for Windows 15.3.333 for Windows

by Trimble Navigation Ltd.

Avg. Rating 3.6 (168 votes)

File Details

File Size 97.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 85,161
Publisher Trimble Navigation Ltd.
Homepage Google SketchUp
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

SketchUp is an easy-to-learn 3D modeling program that enables you to explore the world in 3D. With just a few simple tools, you can create 3D models of houses, sheds, decks, home additions, woodworking projects - even space ships. And once you've built your models, you can place them in Google Earth, post them to the 3D Warehouse, or print hard copies.

Latest Reviews

Huston

Huston reviewed v15.3.333 on Nov 9, 2016

Nice!

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Inray

Inray reviewed v8.0.11752 on Dec 5, 2011

I thought it was some serious 3D CAD/Modeler but it's just a toy. Don't bother.

PraetorianGuard

PraetorianGuard reviewed v7.1.4871 on Sep 23, 2009

I've been using SketchUp since the @Last days and have used it for planning the building of everything from furniture to remodelling of my house. It's free, easy to learn and use, it's brilliantly effective and runs on Windows XP, Vista & 7. Highly recommended.

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed v7.0 on Nov 17, 2008

Google SketchUp 7 for Windows, not Google SketchUp "for Windows 7" ;o)

IMKey

IMKey reviewed v6.4.112 on Dec 14, 2007

very fast for prototyping!
the tools are very intuitive to use and understand.

wizard68sc3:
note it says windows 2000/XP

Satansgeek

Satansgeek reviewed v6.4.112 on Dec 14, 2007

Unfortunately the file seems to always be corrupted...a file in styles/paper/watermarks doesn't match the cab details...you can opt to ignore and continue the install but good it is not. Pity as otherwise it's an excellent programme.

GaCrownVic1

GaCrownVic1 reviewed v6.0.1099 on Sep 18, 2007

It's a good program to learn 3D on. Definitely easier to use then some of the more professional software packages.

Oh, also Google Earth used to be called Keyhole. But as for a company buying software and putting their name on it... ever heard of Yahoo Widgets? Yahoo brands everything with their logo so why shouldn't Google.

Zygi

Zygi reviewed v6.0.515 on Sep 16, 2007

@lhdal: Google Earth was also bought from other company, and it had even more different name, now i don't remember it but i've downloaded it in the past (free nvidia cards version). Normally it wasn't free so Google just made everyone favour.
Sorry for my english, Bye.

geowolf

geowolf reviewed v6.0.515 on May 7, 2007

This program does not claim to support Vista so you have no reason to rate it the lowest score for not supporting it. Should mac users come here and destroy then entire rating system for programs they have never used because they are for Windows?

This program is excellent, easy and free.

wizard68sc3

wizard68sc3 reviewed v6.0.277 on Feb 11, 2007

A 5 if it would run on Vista.

Avg. Rating 3.6 (168 votes)
Your Rating
Huston

Huston reviewed v15.3.333 on Nov 9, 2016

Nice!

___________________________
ufo3d.com

Inray

Inray reviewed v8.0.11752 on Dec 5, 2011

I thought it was some serious 3D CAD/Modeler but it's just a toy. Don't bother.

PraetorianGuard

PraetorianGuard reviewed v7.1.4871 on Sep 23, 2009

I've been using SketchUp since the @Last days and have used it for planning the building of everything from furniture to remodelling of my house. It's free, easy to learn and use, it's brilliantly effective and runs on Windows XP, Vista & 7. Highly recommended.

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed v7.0 on Nov 17, 2008

Google SketchUp 7 for Windows, not Google SketchUp "for Windows 7" ;o)

IMKey

IMKey reviewed v6.4.112 on Dec 14, 2007

very fast for prototyping!
the tools are very intuitive to use and understand.

wizard68sc3:
note it says windows 2000/XP

Satansgeek

Satansgeek reviewed v6.4.112 on Dec 14, 2007

Unfortunately the file seems to always be corrupted...a file in styles/paper/watermarks doesn't match the cab details...you can opt to ignore and continue the install but good it is not. Pity as otherwise it's an excellent programme.

GaCrownVic1

GaCrownVic1 reviewed v6.0.1099 on Sep 18, 2007

It's a good program to learn 3D on. Definitely easier to use then some of the more professional software packages.

Oh, also Google Earth used to be called Keyhole. But as for a company buying software and putting their name on it... ever heard of Yahoo Widgets? Yahoo brands everything with their logo so why shouldn't Google.

Zygi

Zygi reviewed v6.0.515 on Sep 16, 2007

@lhdal: Google Earth was also bought from other company, and it had even more different name, now i don't remember it but i've downloaded it in the past (free nvidia cards version). Normally it wasn't free so Google just made everyone favour.
Sorry for my english, Bye.

geowolf

geowolf reviewed v6.0.515 on May 7, 2007

This program does not claim to support Vista so you have no reason to rate it the lowest score for not supporting it. Should mac users come here and destroy then entire rating system for programs they have never used because they are for Windows?

This program is excellent, easy and free.

wizard68sc3

wizard68sc3 reviewed v6.0.277 on Feb 11, 2007

A 5 if it would run on Vista.

Corbit

Corbit reviewed v6.0.277 on Jan 11, 2007

Ihdal - That is a truly meaningless complaint you have there. Google bought Sketchup, continues to upgrade and release it as freeware and hopes to incorporate it into a broader range of offerings (especially Google Earth) while, just maybe, reaping some small measure of goodwill as it does this. And all you can do is complain that now it's called Google Sketchup instead of just Sketchup. Whiner.

lhdal

lhdal reviewed v6.0.277 on Jan 10, 2007

I've used SketchUp since it was owned by @Last and I find it annoying someone adding their company name in front. It wasn't @Last Sketchup why Google Sketchup now? Also I'm not a fan of Google's softwarelets and that harms my expectations of the program especially for the future.

It's a decent program and really easy to use. But it's not something you can create advanced models or at least easily. Probably advanced modeling + easy usage will never be possible so this will be a very useful tool till people grow up 3D modelling.

Most important, Google Earth will be really amazing sometime later with 3D models all around.

pierwolf1

pierwolf1 reviewed v5.0.305 on Oct 11, 2006

Where are the Google bashers? Good question. Must not have been time to take thier heads out of thier behinds yet today.

Yeah, lets all bash Google for putting out all this cool FREE stuff. What a bunch of morons. If you need professional versions....go BUY them. Otherwise, shut up.

Google has been more like SANTA, rather than SATAN...for many people.

steveabode

steveabode reviewed v5.0.295 on Sep 1, 2006

For a beta this is stunning software! The tutorial is fantastic! Only gave a 4 due to the hangtime on inserting models from catalogue. Beta testing is about real-life application of wares; running map-point, outlook, excel and integrating models into scapes hung my work PC- Dell Celeron 2.8MHz, 512MB, Integrated Graphics for >20s per model... too long! If you wanted to teach a 10 year old CAD, this is the Don.

thephaige

thephaige reviewed v5.0.295 on Jun 20, 2006

This is a very intuitive approach to 3d modeling, and this program is very very powerful if you dig into it. There is a professional version for 500 greenbacks and the Google version is almost as feature rich as the pro version. the online community is growing rapidly and there are easy to follow tutorials on there site. Google may be satan but if this is hells spawn Im likin it.

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