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Thursday, May 05, 2011
Google Optimizes Google Earth For Android Tablets


Google Earth for Android has been optimized by Google in order to take advantage of the large screens and powerful processors of the new Android 3.0 tablets.

Google added support for fully textured 3D buildings, so your tour through the streets of Manhattan will look more realistic. There?s also a new action bar up top, enabling easier access to search, the option to "fly to your location" and layers such as Places, Panoramio photos, Wikipedia and 3D buildings.

By taking advantage of tablets' larger screen size, the company included features like content pop-ups appearing within Earth view, so you can see more information without switching back and forth between pages.

This version is available for devices with Android 2.1 and above. The new tablet design is available for devices with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and above.

To download or update Google Earth, head to m.google.com/earth in your device?s browser or visit Android Market.



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