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Briefly: Google+ photos on Google Earth, MyGlass app updates

updated 07:24 am EDT, Fri September 6, 2013

Google Earth for Android update shows geotagged images on map

The Android app for Google Earth has been updated to show photographs taken by the user, inside a new Google+ Photos layer. Geotagged photos uploaded to Google+ can now be viewed in the app, with the images appearing as thumbnails in the locations where they were taken, with selected photos opening a full-screen slideshow for the album the photo is filed within.

MyGlass Google Glass app adds screencast remote control mode on Android

Google has updated the MyGlass companion Android app for Google Glass to include a "screencast" mode. The app will now show what is being displayed in the head-mounted display on a smartphone screen, according to Engadget. The screencast mode also acts as a remote control, allowing the user to perform the usual Glass swiping maneuvers through the phone, without needing to do it on the touch sensor on the side of the device.



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