Starting today, iOS users can now download Google Earth on their devices, that follows the April, launch of new version of Google Earth on the web and Android.
Here are the features available today on iOS, you can now swipe to explore with Voyager, a new interactive stories feature in Google Earth, that houses more than 140 stories in eight languages. Voyager has travel ideas for just about everybody.
The new Knowledge Cards, brings along rich information about thousands of places and landmarks from around the world. Just search for a place and see related facts with Knowledge Cards.
For the wanderers, Google added new "I'm Feeling Lucky"— that by just a tap or rolling the dice in the toolbar jumps to someplace new.
Finally, you can also share with family or friends the beautiful places you find on your trip through Postcards. "For perfect moment, just use the 3D button or tilt the map with two fingers to get the camera angle just right and see places in stunning 3D. Then tap the camera icon in the toolbar to snap a pic."
See the screenshot below of Postcards from Earth: Golden Gate Bridge and Christ the Redeemer:
You can download the new Google Earth from the iTunes App Store.
In addition, Google added a new "save" feature on its home page on mobile, which is accessible through the navigation menu on the upper left, lets you save images, itineraries, places and web pages while using Google on your mobile device.
"We've created a new tool so you can collect and keep track of things that interest you more easily. When you see the bookmark icon appear, you'll have the ability to save images, itineraries, and places you visit in Google Search on the mobile web. To access your inventory, just tap 'Saved' in the navigation drawer on any mobile search results page," a Google spokesperson stated.
See the two screenshots below: