Google Earth : Explore the world for free
Google Earth : Explore the world for free, without spending any money and moving your legs. Google Earth finally rolled out in India after years of waiting. I personally have been using this programme since years on my smart phone and Windows computer. The thing that made me a great fan of this programme is that we can view almost all the areas of earth virtually. But this programme was not launched in India, I was using this software from the software file of another country. This software is now officially launched in India last week and we can find it on Google Play Store directly. This software got new looks and has got a tone of new features.
New features in Google Earth :
- Dice button
- Wheel button
- 3D view
- A brand new logo
Google Earth is a free downloadable software that can be installed on various platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux. The programme requires very little storage space on your device because all the images are stored on Google’s servers and streamed to your device upon demand. It came to an existence in June 11, 2001 originally by the company named “Keyhole”, but then Google acquired it and owned it and released in June 2005, since then it is driving public interest because it gives you real images of any of the place of earth in just swipe of your fingers.
It displays satellite images of varying resolutions of the Earth’s surface, mostly the remote areas can be viewed in 2D but the famous regions have 3D displays and in street views. In the recent release it added a Dice button, upon clicking the Dice it will show you a few popular destination randomly.
Google Earth enables you to explore the globe with a swipe of your fingers. It lets you fly through 3D cities like London, Tokyo, Rome and many more.