While Daydream support is still notably absent, you can now search in Earth VR and explore new places like the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany, Table Mountain in South Africa, Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina, and dozens of others.
Knowledge Cards are panels that pop up with useful information about the area that you are looking at.
For example, there is a voyage entitled Museums Around the World, where the journey will include Street View looks at 28 museums from all over the world, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, Spain.
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Ahead of Earth Day, Google has released a revamped version of Google Earth for Chrome and Android that aims to educate users about the world around them. Today, they are going to launch the revamped Google Earth in NY.
The Google Timeline feature has been available for some time and Google collects this information as a matter of course, however if you are not a fan of Google recording your every move you can switch off the feature by going into your Google account settings. This may seem minor but you'll now be seeing a lot more of Google Earth because there's no need to open a separate app and sharing is an emphasized feature. Google has initially partnered with DigitalGlobe and the BBC for curated content, but regularly new content will be updated in the future. This update brings new features like 3D toggle, a new Voyager option, the I'm Feeling Lucky dice, and more. While not available in remote corners of the world, where 3D view is available, it's impressive, particularly in cities with tall landmarks like Toronto and Hong Kong. Once you've landed, a Knowledge Card will teach you history and facts about it. The biggest change most users will notice immediately is the lack of a desktop app; instead, Earth now runs exclusively in Google Chrome as a web app. There's also the new "I'm feeling lucky" feature that's similar to the one on Google's main search page.
Google Earth has been one of the most popular Google services for many long years. For iOS and other browser users, you will have to wait for some time. In 3D mode, you can explore a location from any angle, and even send a virtual postcard of your exact view.