TechCrunch, the company behind Google Earth, has been rolling out its new map in the cloud, offering an intuitive view of the world around you.
The app is rolling out in the UK, US, Canada, and Australia, and is also rolling out to iOS and Android devices in a few more countries.
The new map is powered by Google Earth’s geospatial APIs, which allow you to navigate through data from many sources to find out what’s happening in your area.
The company said it’s working on making the map more intuitive.
For example, you can now pin and zoom in on an area by simply tapping on the map in Google Earth.
You can also pin an area with a circle around it, which shows you the path of all the waypoints along the way, as well as the distance between them.
The Google Maps app has also gotten a major overhaul with new, cleaner, and easier navigation features.
The map can now automatically hide things that aren’t relevant for your location, and it’s now possible to filter the information by date, time, or type.
The maps are also easier to navigate, and you can even navigate from one location to another.
If you have any more questions about Google Earth 2.0, head over to the Google Maps homepage.