Google Earth

Google Earth (beta) for Ubuntu
Have a bird's eye view of your city

Many old maps and business location plans have found a good option; Google Maps Service

Google Earth is a free multipurpose app that lets you view the world from a satellite imagery.

Through this program you can take a look at the virtual bird's eye view of a city in the world, monitor images taken from satellites, map, geological relief or buildings and other 3D images of construction.

Activate Street View and you can travel to a city street and see if you lived there, such as buildings, paths and memories.

That's not all! In its latest version, Google Earth allows us to focus on the sky from the perspective of the planet and to look at the bottom of the ocean.

The program has a simple and intuitive platform that allows the mouse to click easy and move by drag, which will allow you to move around the world.

In addition, Google Earth adds various tools that help you find geo-based Wikipedia articles, find businesses and organizations, focus on photography around the world, and even real-time traffic information.

After Google Earth's silence Google's Google Earth Update Rolls

At the moment of Google Earth, it is quite clear that due to intensively reducing the characteristics of Google Maps and due to a clear absence of new developments in 3D visualization, it lost momentum at the end of the year. Two years ago the building, a new automatic 3D viewing system for geographical features was implemented, to replace the old, manually uploaded static 3D models. Now the latest version of Google Earth has progressed in all light, providing an impressive interface that deals with the extra tools for analyzing the world with an unimaginable accuracy and detail and discovering distant places around the world.

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