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Gallery: Apple iPhone—welcome to Google Earth

Apple has added a new free application to its iPhone and iPod touch--Google Earth.
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Google has squeezed the Earth to fit on an iPhone or iPod touch. A new free Google Earth application is available at Apple's iTunes App Store.

Screen shots from Google.

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To get started just zoom straight in on your current location.

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To move the map, swipe your finger along the touch screen and the Earth will move in any direction.

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To zoom, put your fingers next to each other on the touchscreen and then move them apart. To zoom out, place your fingers apart then move them together.

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You can see locations in 3D by moving your iPhone into a vertical position to see the horizon, then tilt to scan the landscape or view overhead.

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Looking for things to do in Trento, Italy?

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To search for a location or business, simple type what you're looking for...

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...then tap a flag to find out more information.

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You can also view sights of interest. Google Earth has over 8 million photos.

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