Google Invites to Explore World through Crowdsourced Photos in Google Earth

Explore a global map of crowdsourced photos in Google Earth.

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Explore crowdsourced photos in Google Earth

Google is calling users to take a walk around a global map of crowdsourced photos in Google Earth.

To begin exploring the world, go to Google Earth in your Chrome browser on desktop, or open the Google Earth app on Android and iOS, then open the main menu and turn on the Photos toggle.

As start exploring, just zoom in to see more relevant photos from each location. And, then click any thumbnail to see the full-screen version of the photo, and then flip through related photos.

This new Photos layer experiencem, which gives you the ability to look at far off places up close, as new photos being added everyday from millions of photos already shared in Google Maps by Local Guides and other contributors.

The process uses "finely-tuned" machine learning to pull these photos.

Global map of crowdsourced photos in Google Earth

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