How to watch the eclipse with Google Earth on your Android phone or tablet

If you’re planning to see the eclipse in person, you need to know where to look for it.

Here’s how.

Google Earth’s solar eclipse viewing experience isn’t ideal for anyone younger than 30.

Google says it’s been testing out a beta program for people older than 30 since May, and they’re currently rolling out the app to everyone.

If you’re in the market for a solar eclipse, though, Google says that the app will help you find the best viewing locations, and the company is planning to launch it with the 2018 eclipse on Aug. 21.

You can view a solar eclipsing eclipse on the Google Earth mobile app or via the web browser.

The app’s view will vary depending on your location.

For example, if you’re near the coast, you might be able to get the most views, and if you have a view from an above-ground viewing platform like the Google Solar Eclipse Glass, you may not see as much of the eclipse.

The app will be available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, and Portuguese.

You’ll also be able use Google Maps to navigate to the viewing locations in your area.

To get started, head to the Google Maps navigation menu and choose “View eclipse.”

Google will ask you to download and install the eclipse viewing app.

Then, you can look at the eclipse directly on your device.

Once you’ve seen the eclipse, it will be visible on your map.

If Google Earth’s viewing experience is still too limited for you, you could try the Google Cloud Vision app, which lets you zoom in on a particular location and then zoom out, as well as use the camera to snap photos of your location with your phone.

But both of those options are available in the Google app for Android.

You can also download a Google Street View camera to get a closer look at your location, or use the Google Map in your browser to see Google Earth locations as they’re mapped out.