An update to Google Earth has landed in the Google Play Store today. It introduces a lot of new features to make the experience more useful. The biggest feature is the Earth Gallery which are curated sets of layers giving you information such as wear earthquakes have occurred, real time flights and city tours. Other features include the ability to share your current view to Google+ (or any other social app), new gestures for pinch and zoom, and more. Get a look at the full changelog and get the download over in the Google Play Store.
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