This has left developers scrambling to make sure their apps will be able to launch on the software update arriving in September.It's understandable that smaller developers might make it just under the wire, but it's a little surprising that a company with the resources of Google would wait until the last minute.You can also use the new "I'm feeling lucky" feature to allow Google to choose a random spot for you to explore.Google Earth is an application that allows a user to span the globe from their desktop. Google has promoted virtual reality tours and augmented reality museum experiences in the past, and there might be some new layer in Earth.It could also be that the company will update the platform with support for Google Daydream, its Android-based VR technology, expanding on an app for the PC-based HTC Vive. Its last update was in May 2016, and then included only bugfixes and a modernized Google logo.However, it was unclear until now whether the app would continue to function on i OS 11, as Google hadn't made any public announcements on adding 64-bit support on mobile (though its web and Android apps were updated in April). The company also added support for their feature called "Voyager" to the i OS app, which they hope you'll use for travel inspiration.You can find suggested multi-day travel itineraries for popular worldwide destinations as well as visit iconic locales such as Machu Picchu and Katmai National Park.
Google Earth also features multiple "layers" that add additional data and context to areas of the map, such as news stories, pictures, videos, wikipedia entries, historical images and information, etc.
Bringing all this to life is Google's fantastic new 3D map system, which are available for major landmarks across the globe.
These high resolution 3D maps provide photo realistic bird's eye view of various locations around the world, whether it's the Eiffel Tower in France or the Himalayas in Nepal.
With a feature called Voyager, Google has teamed up with a bunch of organizations to create guided tours where you select a particular tour and then go through all the places and during this the globe spins and zooms to the point mentioned in the tour along with a brief description.
Google has also included a I'm Feeling Lucky button, that jumps to a randomly selected point on the globe and tells you about the location.