View Photos in Google Earth on iPhone 6

Edited by Freya, priya, VC

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Steps

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