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Google Earth for Android now remembers long-forgotten geotagged photos

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If you have insatiable wanderlust, you just might love the newest Google Earth update for Android -- especially if you travel enough to forget where you've been. Version 7.1.2 adds the ability to view your geotagged photos from a new layer within the app, as long as they've been previously uploaded to Google+. Since the images are placed on top of the locale they were taken in -- simply click on one to view them all as a full-screen slideshow -- it's the perfect tool to use when you want to do some reminiscing. The update should now be available, so relax and sit back on your beach chair as you download it via Google Play.

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