Google is looking to make more use of its mapping service, Google Maps Satellite, to allow for more direct and seamless satellite navigation to the internet.
This is in line with what it’s doing for Google Maps in real-time.
A Google Maps satellite view is now a much easier way to search for satellite imagery than the old way of searching by name.
“You can go to a satellite, look up the exact location and you can zoom in on the exact spot,” said Chris Anderson, Google’s director of Maps and Nearby Places.
“And then you can look at the map and just zoom out.”
Google Maps, which launched with a limited number of locations in the US, launched the feature last week.
In addition to the new search feature, Google is also looking to bring it to other parts of the world.
For instance, Google might make use of it in China to search the country’s internet-connected devices.
Google says that the feature will also help people navigate for places they may not have considered.
The idea is to make Google Maps a much more intuitive way to navigate.
“This is an area where the real world has not really caught up,” Anderson said.
“We’re really going to use this to build a whole new world of connectivity and navigation, to let people be able to navigate their way through the world.”
He added that Google Maps will also become a much-needed tool for people in remote areas who don’t have access to the same internet connection that people in the big cities have.
Google’s announcement came a day after the world’s first Google Maps app was released for Android.
It allows users to search on Google Maps for things like places to buy things, restaurants to visit, and more.
Google Maps launched in 2007 and currently offers over 1 billion searches per day.
The app allows users with an Android phone or tablet to search by name, location, and other things, as well as by type of item.
In the coming weeks, Google will launch a Google Maps Google Plus app.
The Google Plus feature, which lets users share and post maps, maps, and photos, will debut this summer.