Sunday , August 19 2018

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Google Earth is a pretty neat application already, but Google has gone ahead and made it even more awesome with the latest update, which pulls geotagged photos from your Google+ account, displaying them on the map as thumbnails, which expand when you tap on them.

In the slide-out navigation bar, you simply tap on the option for ‘Google+ Photos’, sign into your Google+ account and then select what Album you want to show. I take a lot of photos on my mobile, and it’s so much better looking at them displayed on a map rather than in a boring gallery.

Source: Google Play.
Via: Phandroid.

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David Watt
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I can’t remember the last time I installed or used Google Earth, on Android or PC. Google Maps covers everything I need. What does Earth do that Maps doesn’t? Can’t think…?

James Finnigan
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Yeah, it’s a cool application but doesn’t really have much use. This new photo feature is pretty rad though. I can actually see myself using it.

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