Google Earth for Android now available in the Android Market
Google Earth for Android lets you see satellite imagery from around the globe. You can zoom in to see close-up details of trees, buildings, and other structures by double-tapping the screen or using pinch-to-zoom controls on phones with multitouch displays.
You can also use several Google Earth layers to check out places, businesses, roads, borders, and Wikipedia articles. There's a search tool, so if, for example, you're looking at mid-town Manhattan in Google Earth and you want to know where the closest library or coffee shop is, you can search for it and see the results plotted on the map.
Google first showcased Google Earth at the Nexus One smartphone launch event last month. But the application wasn't available in the Android Market until today.
[via Sizzled Core]