The search giant Google has released a Google Earth 6.2 version app update on iOS and Android device. The update includes an ability to import a KML mapping file right into the app, simply by tapping a link on the web from your device, allow you to distribute custom maps with specific data points, trails and routes. The new iOS and Android apps have both received for the Google Earth Gallery, a repository of maps that that highlight interesting data like real-time earthquake info from the USGS, or the best hiking paths, or even a map of the College Basketball Tournament events. Google has also added the ability on Android to share screenshots of your current map via Gmail and Google+.
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