Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Google Earth for iPhone and iPod Touch updated to version 2.0

News by Brian James Kirk

Google has updated its Earth application to v2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices, according to a company blog post. Several new features have been added, including the ability to sync content between desktop computers and Apple's handheld devices. Earth's user experience has been improved and new languages have also been added.

Users can now create custom maps on their desktop computers and access them from their iPhone and iPod touch devices using their Google Maps account. User experience has been improved with a small glow that emanates from icons when they are being touched, better indicating to users which icons they are about to click. Thirteen new languages have also been added to the software, bringing the total to 31.

Users can download version 2.0 of Google Earth from iTunes App Store.

To read more news...


This is good google news! 
You can download Google Earth here.

No comments:

Post a Comment