Google Earth – hold the world in your hands

Google released 3.0 version of its Google Earth – the app is developed for iOS and works both with iPhone and iPad. In this version you can easily switch to “My Maps” using your account in Google maps. The application interface was adapted – now there are used UI specific elements.

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Google Earth 3.0 gives an access to photos. Just click little multicolored cubes and get photos with maximal resolution and road layers. Large iPad’s screen opens up new possibilities of image usage – it seems like you’re holding the whole world in your hands. The program is available in App Store for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It’s free.

Let’s watch the video:

But why oh wy can't they just add the functionality to the regular maps app?

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