Google Earth available for Android

24 February 2010 — 12:00 PM

Mobile recycling could allow consumers to get the Google Nexus One

Consumers could wish to consider recycling their used phones for cash to put towards the Google Nexus One.

The search engine giant has revealed that its Google Earth software is now available for Android operating systems, with the launch of the product being on its Nexus One device.

Users could find the software to be well suited to the handset due to its 1-GHz Snapdragon processor.

The high resolution of the handsets screen may also ensure a crystal-clear image is provided.

Voice activation is another feature the mobile offers and users can find where they want to go by speaking into the phone.

Dave Clarke, online marketing manager for Envirofone, commented: "This is a great addition to the Nexus One, and is sure to make it a serious rival to the iPhone. The voice activation feature is particularly exciting and could prove invaluable for those who aren’t so good at reading maps!"

Google Earth for Android is compatible with all phones using a Android 2.1 operating system or later and is available from the Android marketplace to download.

James Atkinson, editor of Mobile, recently said that if Google introduced Google Voice to their mobile phone then "they really would have something which would jump the market in the way the iPhone did".

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