The Google Earth app will no longer be available to the public on Android phones.
The new version of Google Earth will allow users to cancel their GPS tracker, Google said in a blog post Wednesday.
Google Earth currently supports Google Maps and Google Earth Tracker.GPS tracker apps, such as the Garmin Edge GPS Tracker, Garmin Edge Track, and Garmin Edge Smart, are popular for tracking locations on a map, and can be used to help with navigation.
Gps Tracker, which is compatible with Android phones, will no long be supported on Android devices.
Google’s move means users will no more be able to use Google Earth to find out the exact coordinates of their location, according to the company.
The Garmin Edge tracker, which will no have a GPS chip in it, is a Garmin product that uses GPS to track a person’s position.
Garmin Edge Tracker is compatible on iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and is compatible for tracking GPS locations on Google Maps.