Google Earth 6: 3D Trees and Street View Update

By Alan Ng - Nov 30, 2010

We have some good news for regular users of Google Earth, as we can confirm that a new version of the software is now available to download. Google Earth 6 adds some signifcant changes to the software and we have a cool video which demonstrates a few of them.

As Engadget reports, Google Earth has been given a facelift, and the next time you boot up the new software, you’ll see that Google has added some rather 3D virtual trees next to searched locations, to make the final result look at lot more visually impressive.

They have also added deeper intregration with Google Street View, letting you see 3D environments whenever you search for a particular location. According to the Google blog, the historical imagery system has also been given an update too.

You can check out the new features by watching the video below. Let us know if you have already used some of the new features in Google Earth 6 – do you like them?

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  • john

    why cant you put live action on google earth live, it would be fun to watch the traffic with all the a holes out there.

  • Can Google Earth Nav be used on Blackberry or is only for Android ?