Today, Google Earth unveiled its most advanced update yet.
The new version has been in development for two years, using satellite photos to let you zoom in with incredible detail to see cities, mountain ranges and deserts.
It includes several new features, including guided nature tours from Sir David Attenborough.
There’s also exclusive content from Planet Earth II, the BBC series presented and narrated by Sir David.
The update has been made available for the Chrome web browser and Android versions of the app, and also includes improved and more detailed satellite imagery.
A new 3D button has also been introduced to the app, which adds the ability to see any place on the map in 3D, a feature only previously available in specially designated locations.
The ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button, which first appeared on Google’s search engine and carried out a random search for users has also been added to Earth, now automatically jumping to a random location and offering users information about it.
Google said the new version of the app will be made available for Apple iOS users ‘in the near future’.
Pretty cool, check out the video below.