Orbit the world in full 3-D. Throughout the Google Earth app, you'll find amazing 3-D views of our planet.
Choose your own adventure with Voyager. Let Google Earth's Voyager take you on an adventure throughout the world.
Roll the dice for a new voyage. Don't know what to look for in Google Earth? Give the dice a roll, and let the app find a cool place for you to check out.
Postcards and Knowledge Cards. Take a snapshot of your favorite location to send to friends, or use Google Earth's Knowledge Cards to learn more.
What is it about?
Google Earth, in its latest version, is even more fun to explore. You can get amazing three-dimensional views of all of the world, many spots in breathtaking detail.
Why we love it
One of the most fun features of the update is the Roll the Dice addition. If you don't know what you want to explore next, just tap on the dice to let Google Earth pick for you. There's no telling what you might find. For example, you might be whisked away to the Sfinxul in Romania, a natural rock formation that resembles the Great Sphinx of Giza when viewed from a particular angle. More rolls of the dice could take you to the Empire State Building in New York City, Gardaland amusement park in Italy, archaeological finds around the world, or much more. Many, if not most, of the locations you are taken to with Roll the Dice feature Knowledge Cards. Couple your visual sightseeing with learning, as you read the cards and find out more about those spots. Found a view you want to share? Google Earth has a new Postcard feature. Just tap the camera icon, and you'll get a full-screen view you can share through email, Messages, Facebook Messenger, and more.
App Store Description
This is the new Google Earth.
Gain a new perspective of the world as you explore the globe with a swipe of your finger.
Fly through landmarks and cities like London, Tokyo and Rome in stunning 3D, then dive in to experience them first hand with Street View. See the world from a new point of view with Voyager, which brings you one-of-a-kind experiences from Sesame Street, BBC Earth, NASA and more.