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Map app Google Earth for Android takes advantage of the recognition feature built-in voice to provide users with the ability to search for locations, locations, routes, rivers, streams... hands-free. The latest Google Earth supports a unique and intuitive 3D map view.
Google Earth Android app user interface
In addition to the available features like the computer version of Google Earth, such as: browsing maps by layer, positioning by satellite coordinates, using 3D maps, online travel through images. ..
Timelapse feature new allows Google Earth users to go back in time and track important changes in the world.
Feature that allows users to go back in time and track important changes in the world. It could be useful to journalists, scientists and researchers who can use data on forest loss, global warming and other climate-related changes. around the world, covering the years from 1984 to 2018 to the present, but Google has pushed the limit up to 2020.
Timelapse feature is available on mobile smartphones, tablets and computers to table. It can be accessed via the rudder icon on Google Earth. Google also uploads 800 Timelapse videos in both 2D and 3D for users to use. Videos that can be viewed on YouTube or used in MP4 format.
New Timelapse allows Google Earth users to go back in time to 1984
Explore Timelapse in Google Earth
Watch a timelapse video of your world me to understand How the world has changed over time. You'll be able to observe the changes from 1984 to the present by:
Enable 3D visualization
3D images are displayed by default, but you will be able to use the Map Style feature to choose between 2D modes and 3D based on your preferences. To switch between 3D and 2D buildings:
Tip: If 2D mode is enabled, it can display images newer in regions. For the latest images, enable 2D mode. 2D mode will also be able to boost the overall performance of the app.