Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Google Update Google Earth App for Android with 3D image

Google release Google Earth app for Android has just been updated with the inclusion of 3D viewing capabilities. Basically, the utility provides 3D visuals for a range of metropolitan cities by employing 45-degree aerial imagery.
The software employed in the app automatically transforms the complete location concerned into 3D. And this attribute is not applicable to just the landmarks of the place, as even the surroundings including natural elements like trees are integrated into the complete virtual view. The pictures render a realistic touch owing to the addition of ambient buildings and stuff.
The app is presently accessible in cities like Long Beach, Boulder, San Diego, Boston, San Antonio, Santa Cruz, Lawrence, Rome, Portland, Tucson, and Tampa. The list also includes Charlotte, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, East Bay and Peninsula.
“We recently shared a preview of this striking new 3D imagery and starting today, you can take flight yourself with our latest version of Google Earth for Android. An updated version of Google Earth for iOS will be also be available soon,” states a post on the official Google Lat Long blog.
The Google Earth app for Android can be downloaded via Google Play. It is compatible with Android 2.1 and higher devices.


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