Google Earth for Android-powered Smartphones

Google launched “Google Earth for Android” with a smooth framerate and a beautiful 800 x 480 screen, alongwith the “Roads layer,” for you to get a better sense of where you’re with road labels drawn on top of satellite imagery. Google has used ‘integrated voice recognition’ capabilities of Android to provide a “pocket globe” that […]

Google launched “Google Earth for Android” with a smooth framerate and a beautiful 800 x 480 screen, alongwith the “Roads layer,” for you to get a better sense of where you’re with road labels drawn on top of satellite imagery. Google has used ‘integrated voice recognition’ capabilities of Android to provide a “pocket globe” that responds to your every command. Google Earth for Android brought together convenience of Google Search by voice with power of Google Local Search to make it easier than ever to navigate globe and find whatever you’re looking for. You can also browse photos, places, and local businesses, whether it’s in your local community or on far side of globe. Click on an icon to see photos, videos, and read about prominent places in world. In addition to Nexus One, Google Earth will be available in Android Market on most devices with 2.1 or later.
  

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