When Google unveiled their new 3D imagery technique a few months ago, they promised that they’d be able to quickly roll out new areas and hoped to cover “communities of over 300 million people” by the end of the year. With yesterday’s release of 3D imagery in Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington, we’re one step closer to that goal.
The new imagery is available on Android, as seen in these screenshots, and just recently became available on iOS as well.
We’re still expecting the 3D imagery to be available on desktop versions of Google Earth before the end of the year, and we’re hoping it will be available through the Google Earth Plug-in at that same time.
In the meantime, have fun exploring Seattle and Denver and look for more new cities soon! You can read more about this release on the Google Lat Long Blog.