Google Earth hitting Android devices, only 2.1 OS

By: t-marco February 23rd, 2010

Google Nexus One can have some 3G issues but it runs the latest Android OS 2.1. Google has just announced the availability of its new Google Earth compatible only with Android 2.1 phones, like the Nexus One. With a 1GHz processor, advanced 3D graphics, and Android 2.1, Nexus One packs a lot of performance in a thin package. Ever since we got our hands on one, we have been putting it through its paces, drawing complex scenes of 3D imagery, terrain, roads, and other layers, and Nexus One never misses a beat.

In addition to Nexus One, Google Earth will be available in Android Market on most devices that have Android 2.1 or later versions. So as devices such as Droid get updated to Android 2.1, others will also be able to fly to the far reaches of the globe with a swipe of their finger.

Download Google Earth for Nexus One today by searching for Google Earth in the Android Market.

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3 Responses to “Google Earth hitting Android devices, only 2.1 OS”

  1. line for pc on October 16th, 2017 5:25 am

    This is really awesome

  2. Matthew on March 6th, 2018 10:17 pm

    It sucks BIG time! It use to be good before it be came pro. I was able to explore and move around on ground level freely and fluently but since it became pro, every time I try to explore on ground level I always get an error message saying that Google Earth has encountered a problem and needs to close! This really impedes my freedom! I just don't see the point anymore! It also becomes unresponsive! free run 3 online

  3. mobdro on October 2nd, 2018 5:27 am

    Google's never been afraid to "blow it out" with Google Maps, most famously with its inclusion of Navigation, which knocked the legs out from under a lot of the GPS device and navigation app market.

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