Back in January of 2001, Google launched a revolutionary product called Google Earth. Using this product, you are able to zoom onto the earth and see satellite imagery. However, let’s face it – most of us only used it to check out our house.
According to a new report at CNET, Google now has 36 million square miles of imagery. This means they have mapped out 98% of the world. This includes everything from streets, houses, and some really strange Google pranks.
Alongside this, Google’s street view has also collected more than 10 million miles of street view imagery. Google says this is the equivalent of circling the Earth more than 400 times.