There is no doubt that Google Maps has always dominated the market in terms of navigation and mapping, so much so that it is easy to forget that Google has another way of seeing the world. While Maps is better suited to traveling the world, Google Earth is more focused on finding the “blue planet.” As it happens, this blue bead is located in the universe, which is why Google now places a more accurate star background when it looks at the Earth on a mobile device from a distance.
Google Earth panel edits on how important reality is to them. As with navigation and mapping tools like Google Map, location accuracy is a top priority.
When you zoom in enough to see the entire earth, this sense of authenticity extends even to the background. In the past, because the earth behind the pure black space, so from outer space to see the world seems to be false. As a result, Google has added a star view to the background, which has been used on Google Earth for the Web and Earth Pro for a long time.
Now, this realism is added to the Google Earth mobile app, so you can observe the Earth as if an astronaut was 30,000 miles above the ground. Note that it is not only static wallpaper or similar wallpaper. These images are adjusted for the part of the sky relative to your Earth’s field of view, and the location of these objects is based on data collected by the European Southern Observatory.
This small but important update, along with an animated cloud that represents weather patterns, makes Google Earth more realistic and accurate, regardless of the format.