Google Earth Timelapse is now also available in the mobile app and has been added for a few more years.

Google Earth Timelapse, published in 2013, was not on mobile until now. Timelapse If you ask, we can explain the world as a mode showing images of different times. With the latest update to Google Earth, this feature is now available in your mobile browsers.


Timelapse videos are made up of 35 photos of our globe without a cloud. The photos come from the collaboration of US Geological Research, NASA Landsat and European Sentinel.

With the update, Timelapse has been added to the program for a number of years in the world to examine. In this way, you can observe the change in the world from 1984 to 2018. 


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