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The Google Earth app for iOS has been updated to version 7.0.3 bringing some bug fixes.

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Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass.
With Google Earth, you can:
• Navigate the world with a swipe of your finger
• Swipe with two fingers to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain
• Show the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world
• View geo-located Wikipedia articles
• Use the Location feature to fly to your current location
• Search for cities, places, and business around the globe with Google Local Search

What’s New in Version 7.0.3

  • Performance improvements and bug fixes

[button link="http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/google-earth/id293622097?mt=8" style="download"]Download Google Earth now from the Apple App Store[/button]

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The Google Earth app for iOS has been updated to version 7.0.2 bringing some bug fixes.

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Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass.
With Google Earth, you can:
• Navigate the world with a swipe of your finger
• Swipe with two fingers to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain
• Show the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world
• View geo-located Wikipedia articles
• Use the Location feature to fly to your current location
• Search for cities, places, and business around the globe with Google Local Search

What’s New in Version 7.0.2

  • Performance improvements and bug fixes

[button link="http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/google-earth/id293622097?mt=8" style="download"]Download Google Earth now from the Apple App Store[/button]

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The Google Earth app for iOS has been updated to version 7.0.0 bringing new 3D imagery.

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Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass.
With Google Earth, you can:
• Navigate the world with a swipe of your finger
• Swipe with two fingers to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain
• Show the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world
• View geo-located Wikipedia articles
• Use the Location feature to fly to your current location
• Search for cities, places, and business around the globe with Google Local Search

What’s New in Version 7.0.0

• Tour guide: Explore places you never thought to search for with new tours of your favorite cities, historic landmarks and natural wonders.
• 3D imagery: Take flight above entire cities in 3D. Get started with Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Geneva or Rome and look for new additions in the coming weeks. Available for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 or later.

[button link="http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/google-earth/id293622097?mt=8" style="download"]Download Google Earth from the Apple App Store[/button]

Google Earth for Android has been updated to version 7.0.0.7386 and with that comes 3D imagery.

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Explore the world from the palm of your hand with Google Earth.

Use Google Earth to fly around the planet with the swipe of a finger. Explore distant lands or reacquaint yourself with your childhood home. Search by voice for cities, places, and businesses. Browse layers including roads, borders, places, photos and more.

For tablet users (Android 3.0 or newer), you can now enjoy a new Google Earth experience optimized for the large screen. With a new action bar, you can get easy access to search, reset-to-north, my location, and layers. Also, on tablets and select phones, you can now explore the same photo-realistic 3D buildings that have previously only been accessible with the desktop version of Google Earth. Visit the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Taj Mahal in India, or the Sydney Opera House in Australia, all in their full 3D glory! To view 3D buildings, just select “3D Buildings” from the layer menu.

You can easily navigate with your fingers, using:
* a one finger swipe to move the globe
* a two-finger pinch and rotate to zoom in and out and rotate your viewpoint
* two-fingers swiped together to tilt your view
* a one single finger double-tap to zoom in and
* a two-finger double-tap to zoom out

What’s new in Version 7.0:

* Tour guide: Explore places you never thought to search for with new tours of your favorite cities, historic landmarks and natural wonders.

* 3D imagery: Take flight above entire cities in 3D. Get started with Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Geneva or Rome and look for new additions in the coming weeks. Available for devices with dual-core processors.

Watch a video of the new 3D imagery below:

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Last week we told you about the Google Earth app being updated for Android. Now it’s been updated for iOS too!

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Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass.
With Google Earth, you can:
• Navigate the world with a swipe of your finger
• Swipe with two fingers to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain
• Show the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world
• View geo-located Wikipedia articles
• Use the Location feature to fly to your current location
• Search for cities, places, and business around the globe with Google Local Search

What’s New in Version 6.2.0

• Earth Gallery: explore a curated list of maps, such as real-time earthquakes, hiking trails, and city tours
• Launch Earth with KML/KMZ file links on web pages
• Touring support: load tours from the Earth Gallery or from mountain layer
• Zoom now centers on gesture rather than center of screen
• Automatic tilt of view when zooming
• Improved Panoramio photo experience
• Stability and performance improvements

[button link="http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/google-earth/id293622097?mt=8" style="download"]Download from the Apple App Store[/button]

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Google Earth for Android has been updated to version 6.1 and with that comes the Earth Gallery.

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Explore the world from the palm of your hand with Google Earth.

Use Google Earth to fly around the planet with the swipe of a finger. Explore distant lands or reacquaint yourself with your childhood home. Search by voice for cities, places, and businesses. Browse layers including roads, borders, places, photos and more.

For tablet users (Android 3.0 or newer), you can now enjoy a new Google Earth experience optimized for the large screen. With a new action bar, you can get easy access to search, reset-to-north, my location, and layers. Also, on tablets and select phones, you can now explore the same photo-realistic 3D buildings that have previously only been accessible with the desktop version of Google Earth. Visit the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Taj Mahal in India, or the Sydney Opera House in Australia, all in their full 3D glory! To view 3D buildings, just select “3D Buildings” from the layer menu.

You can easily navigate with your fingers, using:
* a one finger swipe to move the globe
* a two-finger pinch and rotate to zoom in and out and rotate your viewpoint
* two-fingers swiped together to tilt your view
* a one single finger double-tap to zoom in and
* a two-finger double-tap to zoom out

What’s new in Version 6.1:

  • Earth Gallery: Explore a curated list of layers, such as real time flights, earthquake, and city tours.
  • Touring: load tours from the Gallery or inside balloons.
  • Share your current view through Google+ or other social applications.
  • New Zoom around and pinch gesture.
  • Stability and performance improvements

[button link="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.earth" style="download" window="yes"]Download now from Google Play[/button]

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