Includes fully textured 3D buildings to help users fly around tourist hotspots.
Google has updated its Google Earth application for Android to run on Honeycomb tablets, promising to "take full advantage of the large screens and powerful processors" on devices like the Motorola Xoom.
The app includes support for fully textured 3D buildings, including tourist landmarks like the Colosseum in Rome, as well as new content pop-ups to explain more about the places being viewed on-screen.
"Moving from a mobile phone to a tablet was like going from a regular movie theatre to IMAX," writes product manager Peter Birch in a blog post.
Users can also toggle different layers of data on and off. The application is available through Google's Android Market, or as a direct download from the Google Earth mobile site.