Google Earth may soon make a ‘Time Machine’ feature return to the Android version, allowing it to go back in time and view old satellite images of the past.
This allows you to go back in time and see old satellite images of the past. But the good thing is that according to the report of XDA, this feature can soon return to the Android version of Google Earth.
The report states that this feature is available inside the Google Earth app. The Google Earth Time Machine feature is available as an ‘experimental feature’. It also means that there is no easy way. Anyone can access or try this feature. However, if you are really interested in using this Google Earth Time Machine facility, you will need to make sure to have a routed phone. Apart from this, you will have to manually modify your app preferences through root explorer or any other terminal command.
Talk about the time machine feature, it can be seen from the old images of the 1930s-40s, which is for San Francisco.
Apart from this there is a special time lapse feature which helps you to see all the old images which are available at the depository of Google server. It has also been told in the report that it can be difficult to see places outside the US, because there is a lack of detailed satellite imagery for some places. And since this feature is available as an app flag, it may come soon for the stable version of the Android app.