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Bring The World to the Classroom With Google Earth App

Cool geographical exploration tool has endless classroom applications
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Title: Google Earth

Summary: Cool geographical exploration tool has endless classroom applications

Pros: You get amazing detail and eight layers, and you can upload photos and take screenshots.

Cons: Limited technical functionality and a small search database may disappoint.

Bottom Line: Google Earth offers less functionality than the PC version but still thrills.

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