This is a follow-up question to another thread (Geotagging photos with smartphone camera?) I asked a few days ago.
Using my smartphone, I have figured out a way to geotag photos using an app called Geotag Photos. This app, once you follow all the steps, can create Geotagged jpeg photographs accessible from a Desktop PC.
My goal is to convert these to a Google Earth Photo Overlay (KML?) which places all the photographs in their appropriate geo-locations on Google Earth. I'm lucky enough to have an old version of Picasa installed which can do this very easily. It does this by creating a link with Google Earth and displaying all the photos in their appropriate locations. However, Picasa is being discontinued by Google, to be replaced by the much inferior Google Photos feature online.
I need an alternate way to do this since I will be using another computer which does not have Picasa installed, and also to find a future-proof way to do this. Also, why on earth does Google replace great tools with crappy ones? This reminds me of when they removed Google Street View from the MyMaps feature. I just don't get it...