A few months ago, Google released Google Earth for the Nexus One. Now that Android version 2.1 is reaching the Motorola DROID phone, so is Google Earth. In fact, Google Earth will be arriving on most of the high-end Android devices as soon as they reach version 2.1. If your phone is on 2.1, you can download Google Earth for free by going to m.google.com/earth from your mobile browser, or by searching for “Google Earth” in the Android Market.
The only phones that won’t be able to run Google Earth are those that lack hardware floating-point acceleration, such as the myTouch 3G and the DROID ERIS. Most others can handle it once they get the 2.1 update.
Here is video of Google Earth running on the Nexus One, which is essentially the same version that is now running on the DROID;
Of course, you can always get the Google Earth Blog app on virtually any Android device to keep up with our latest posts, videos and tweets. Just search for “Google Earth Blog” in the Android Market to find us.