A Revamped Google Earth Is Ready To Go
Google Earth has at last been updated for both web and mobile, with new features like 3D navigation, destination discovery, and interactive stories accessed through its Voyager portal. Certain locations, like the Grand Canyon, will also offer 360-degree videos.
Google Earth first launched in 2005, and was last updated in 2012. The new version of the program has been in the works for two years and now fully integrates satellite images, videos, and photographs for an immersive experience. According to Rebecca Moore, director of Google Earth, “…we now have the most comprehensive geo-browser of what we know of the world. And it’s just the start.”
The new Google Earth will be available on Android and Chrome, with Apple IOS availability added in the near future.