Google Earth has just been updated. The search engine has started rolling out and the primary feature is its sweeping 360 degree views. Internet users can now explore jungle and intricacies of hidden cities better than before, and all in 3D form.
Google says new immersive content has been introduced in the newest Google Earth version to help users partake in an adventure by just clicking a mouse button.
The digital tours have been curated by documentaries and scientists including support taken by BBC’s Planet Earth to create up to 50 hours of high quality videos about the location.
The “I’m feeling lucky” feature of Google has also been updated and is now added with 20,000 different “hidden gems.”
Now users just need to specify an idea of the location instead of typing exact name like finding New Delhi will be enough with typing “capital of India.”
The 3D views have also been dabbled along with HD imagery to help users to get unprecedented levels of detail of man-made architecture or geographical landscape.
The sharing feature has also been smoothen up to help users share exact visited location in the digital adventure with friends and family member with the feature of online postcard that links them all.