Google's Earth Timelapse brings 35 years of change to your phone

CNET | 4/25/2019 | Shelby Brown
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See how much Earth has changed from your smartphone.

Google wants you to get lost, not literally, exploring Earth. The latest update to Google Earth Timelapse adds mobile support, letting you use your phone or tablet to see how the world has changed from 1984 to 2018. The update also added visual upgrades to make exploring more accessible, said Chris Herwig, Geo Data Engineer at Google Earth Outreach, in a blog post Thursday.

Coordinates - Home - Workplace - Timelapse - Location

If you enter the coordinates of your home or workplace, Timelapse will how much your location has changed over the last three decades. You can find your coordinates by...
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