After a long waiting time, Google has lastly made a decision to renew and upgrade Google Earth. Therefore, on the eve of Earth Day, Google has rolled out a new version of Google Earth for web browser and Android.
Normally, Google Earth was always about to allow users to explore the world and the new version can do more than that. With the new Earth, users are offered different lenses, given new perspectives to see the world and discover a lot more about how its several parts fit together.
Specifically, with a feature named Voyager, Google has partnered with a number of leading storytellers, scientists as well as other organizations to produce guided tours. This lets you freely choose a particular tour and then travel to all the places. During your tour, the globe spins and zooms in the point which is mentioned, helpfully giving a brief information.
In addition, Google has also created a new button called “I’m Feeling Lucky”. This is a new feature that leads you to an unexpected location just by one mouse click. “I’m feeling lucky” enables jumping to a randomly picked point on the globe and of course it does offer a description of the location for you.
Thanks to Google’s amazing new 3D map system, which is available for a majority of landmarks over the globe, we can now discover the world right in front of the screen at home. These high resolution 3D maps bring up photo realistic bird’s eye view of different locations around the world, no matter it’s the highest part in Asia or the hottest place in Africa.
Whereas users can get access to the website right now on Chrome to experience Google Earth, the app will be available on Android devices over the coming days of this week.