Google maps is retina aware and displays maps at a reasonable DPI. Switch to satellite images and they are nowhere near a reasonable DPI. Same with Google Earth--I've tried it with Retinizer as it's not even a retina app but of course the satellite images are still drawn at low DPI. Is there software / some trick to get satellite images loaded at a reasonable DPI for a retina display? I look at a lot of satellite imagery and can't imagine I'm the only one who's noticed room for improvement here. *EDIT: using RDM to select full 2880x1800 resolution does achieve what I'm talking about, but it would be nice to have the images in native DPI with one of the scaled resolutions.