Google on Monday, released a new custom version of the popular Google Earth application to run on Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch. It means now you can carry the whole world in your pocket! Google Earth for iPhone features 3D map locations from all parts of the world and can display photos while users can touch the screen to zoom in and out of street level terrain. It can also display links to Wikipedia articles.
What you can do with this mobile version of Google Earth? Well, this new version is much similar to the desktop version. With it, you can view the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world. You can tilt your iPhone to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain. You can view geo-located Wikipedia articles and use the ‘Location’ feature to fly to your current location. What’s more? You can search for cities, places and business around the globe with Google Local Search.
Google Earth for the iPhone and iPod Touch is currently available as a free application and you can download it from the iPhone App Store. The application supports 18 languages and 22 countries. Get it today and carry the world with you!