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Google Earth Timelapse comes to mobile with improvements !!


It was 2013 when Google first released a temporal view of the Earth. His update came in 2016, providing a better perspective based on an interactive experience that allows people to explore changes on the Earth's surface. Is fast advancing to this day, and Google has brought a new update with the addition of two more years of imagery to this timeline scenario, as well as making it available on a mobile phone. With this, people will explore another 35 years of our great planet.

Google has added many new updates to Google Earth Timelapse, with the biggest addition being the ability to try it now on mobile phones and tablets, making the experience easier. According to the blog's share that the company shares, so far, mobile browsers have disabled the ability to automatically play videos, which is very important for viewing videos that are out of time. But with the new update, Chrome and Firefox added support for autoplay sections, allowing Google to add mobile and tablet support.

With the help of Google Earth Engine, the company offers 35 years (1984 - 2019) photos of everything that has changed on Earth. In addition, the company has also collected more than 15 million satellite images coming directly from NASA Landsat and European surveillance programs.

Google Earth Timelapse relies on Google's material design language with a simple, clean, manageable interface. In addition, a new Maps switch has been added for use on mobile phones and tablet computers, allowing users to navigate the map through Google Maps. Launched in 2013, if you'd like to experience Earth evolution since 1984, it's best to try Google Earth Timelapse.

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