Latest Google Earth Update Allows You to Create Your Own Maps

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Latest Google Earth Update Allows You to Create Your Own Maps

The new Google Earth update gives users the ability to create and share their own maps, on mobile and web.

Discovering our planet and space has never been more accessible than with Google Earth, an application that has made itself indispensable through its ability to offer us a detailed look at these vast expanses.

Working on various browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Edge, Google Earth is a tool that captivates with its fascinating views of our world from above. And this, without the need for high-end computer hardware. Today, Google is enriching its 3D mapping tool with new community features, both on the web and on mobile.

This week we are launching a user experience update to Google Earth across web and mobile platforms. This update is designed to make it easier to create, collaborate, and organize maps and geospatial data. Read more here: https://t.co/8ZBkrgBnKB

— Google Earth (@googleearth) September 28, 2023

Creation tools accessible to all users

After 18 years of an adventure rich in innovations, Google Earth continues to go from strength to strength through constant improvements. Google’s recently announced update aims to “make collaboration easier and improve the user experience,” by giving users, regardless of their technological skill level, the creation tools to build and share personalized maps.

The most notable new feature is probably the upcoming ability for mobile users to create maps directly from their smartphones and tablets. Google announces that updated Android and iOS applications, incorporating these new features, will be rolled out gradually over the coming week.

Sharing geospatial data made easy with Google Earth

Besides this, the update focuses on facilitating the sharing of geospatial data, a particularly relevant feature in a context where the majority of businesses have moved their data to the cloud. The new version of Google Earth now works similar to Google Docs, integrating KML (Keyhole Markup Language) files. This allows users on mobile and web to seamlessly create, organize and share geospatial data.

Students, meteorology enthusiasts, and anyone curious about the world around them now have an essential catalog of global satellite images at their disposal. This becomes even more important in a world facing significant climate fluctuations and varying weather conditions.. The continued development of Google Earth is therefore crucial in a world where every individual can learn and protect themselves from imminent climatic adversities.

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