View Photos in Google Earth on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, priya, vc, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you where to view photos on the Google Earth application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, let's unlock the phone by pressing the Lock button at the top right-hand side of the phone.
Alternatively, we can press the Home button below the screen at the bottom.
Swipe and either enter the passcode or use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the blue Google Earth icon.
Tap it once to open the app.
The screen should have the image of Earth in space.
It could be more zoomed in or more zoomed out.
At the bottom of the screen, there is a tab in the center.
Press once on the tab and browse through the photos.
When we click on a photo, it zooms in to that particular area on the map.
For this demonstration, we'll tap on an image from Stonehenge.
Now, some photos have appeared on the UK.
We can press the "x" in the bottom left-hand corner to get back to the photos screen.
To minimize the tab, simply swipe down.
Alternatively, we can zoom all the way in on an area.
More and more layers start to appear. We're in London now.
This brings up images of specific things we might be interested in, such as Croyden for example.
It is showing us some images of the London Bureau of Croyden.
Let's swipe down to close the pictures tab.
Let's look at London generally.
We might expect to see things such as Buckingham Palace. Royal Albert Hall, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, etc. Scroll through the pictures.
We can tap on on image to zoom in to that area.
For this demonstration, we'll take a look at the Royal Albert Hall.
Now that we have tapped on the image, it takes us down to the street level.
We can almost view the performance on the street where it zooms in.
We can pause the panoramic view by pressing the two vertical lines in the bar at the bottom of the screen.
Then, press play, which is the triangle where pause button used to be.
The details of the place are at the top of the screen.
We can exit whenever we like by pressing the "x" at the bottom left-hand corner.
Now, we are are back at the street level screen with the picture tab open at the bottom.
Press the compass at the top right-hand corner of the screen to set the camera to a bird's eye view.
Then we can pinch and drag to zoom out as desired.
We can realign again by pressing the compass.
Close the tab by clicking again on the gray bar at the bottom to minimize.
Now, we're back to the screen where we began.
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Video: View Photos in Google Earth on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: vc, priya, Freya