The latest update for Google’s efforts to index of IRL mapping information is focused on your computer. Google Earth 7 for your desktop is finally ready to match the Android and iOS versions, with support for its 3D renderings in 25 cities, and “tour guide” feature that drags you through 11,000 locations around the world, no passport or Frommer’s required. This update for PCs comes alongside the addition of 3D imagery for Avignon, France; Austin, Texas; Munich, Germany; Phoenix, Arizona; and Mannheim, Germany, which all apply to both the desktop and mobile editions. Hit the source link for more information or head to the Google Earth website to check it out yourself, who knows, you might find a pyramid.
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Google Earth 7 update brings 3D imagery, tour guide features to your PC originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 01 Nov 2012 10:40:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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