As the first Google Android phones hit the market, a new Google application finds its way to the iPhone: Google Earth.
Google Earth for the iPhone obviously packs the power of its parent application. But it also makes good us of all of the iPhone resources, the multipoint touch screen, the GPS positioning system, the motion capture, making it a very slick application. The navigation in a 3D environment is really impressive.
Make sure high bandwidth is available as Google Earth is as data savvy as it is in its desktop version.
Gmail, Google Maps, now Google Earth, the boundary between the iPhone and Android based phones gets thinner everyday. In the end, who is the winner if not Google?
Needless to mention that Google Earth is available free of charge from the AppStore.