Google Earth for Android and iOS Updated, Adding KML and G+ Support

An updated edition 6.2 has been released by Google for its Google Earth app on iOS and Android devices. This new update came with a lot of new and efficient attribute to the mobile version of the well-liked mapping application.

In the middle of those is the capability to introduce a KML mapping organizer direct into the app, with simply tapping a connection on the web from your device. Some of the files permit their users to allocate custom maps along with specific data points, trials and routes are known as ‘Google Earth’ files. This supposed to be a great line of attack for hikers, dispatch riders and geocacher to divide up their preferred maps.

The latest iOS and Android apps have both acknowledged support for the Google Earth Gallery along with KML import, a storage area of maps that emphasized attention-grabbing material like real-time earthquake update from the USGS, or the best hiking paths or even a map of the College Basketball Tournaments occasions.

Android is the only one with which Google has also included the capability to share screenshots of your latest map by means of Gmail and Google+. These are gathered on the Google Earth +Page, Google has fired up after it included support for its community network to the desktop account of Google Earth in January.

If you are an Android consumer you can take the revised version from the Google Play market now, while the App Store soon should have the iOS version.


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