With the Google Earth iPhone app, you can view a satellite feed of the globe and zoom in on different parts of the world. The Google Earth app also has GPS functionality, which will identify your current location and zoom to that area in the satellite imagery. Before you can use the GPS feature in Google Earth, you must enable location support through the iPhone's system settings.
Tap on the "Settings" icon from your iPhone's homescreen.
Tap on "Location Services."
Move the slider next to Google Earth from the "Off" position to the "On" position.
Press the iPhone's home button.
Tap on the "Google Earth" icon.
Tap on the arrow button in the lower-left corner of the screen to activate the GPS feature. The app will automatically identify your current location and zoom to that area on the satellite feed.
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