Following Google’s announcement in June to bring 3D imagery on Google Maps for mobile devices, the Mountain View-based tech titan is now expanding the coverage to Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington. Now, folks in the aforementioned areas can now better explore and tour both cities via their iOS and Android devices. In an announcement today, Google pointed out the many things that users can do with the newly added feature.
Using the app, users can either head on over Safeco Field, reminisce the Pike Place, the Seattle Public Library, and the Space Needle, as well as the Denver Art Museum – all in a spectacular 3D imagery fashion. “We hope you enjoy these new additions to Google Earth for mobile. Being able to provide you with this comprehensive 3D experience is possible because of advanced image processing and the use of 45-degree aerial imagery,” Google said.
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