ArcGIS Earth

4.0
1.02K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

ArcGIS Earth is a native application available on iOS, Android, and Windows platforms. It enables users to access content, tools, and analysis from anywhere, whether it's online or offline. ArcGIS Earth is designed for everyone and provides user-friendly 3D experiences. It's also consistent between the desktop and mobile environments and adaptable to many collaborative scenarios.

Data support
ArcGIS Earth allows you to use a variety of items from ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise, local data, and web services:
• Browse web scenes, map services, image services, scene services, and feature services.
• Browse local files including mobile scene packages (MSPK), KML, KMZ, tile packages, and scene layer packages (SLPK).
• Support has been added for Living Atlas of the World.

Key features
• Connect to ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise.
• Tap to identify features.
• Support has been added for collecting, editing, and sharing placemarks.
• Interactive analysis tools include Measure, Line of Sight, and Viewshed.
• Create and share tours with geotagged photos.
• Search for places and switch locators.
• Start-up tips and guidance for hand gestures are included.
• Record and preview GPS tracks, and share with your organization.
Updated on
Dec 21, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Ratings and reviews

4.0
991 reviews
Jacob Bingham (UFTS)
April 2, 2024
Performs really terribly, even though it's 2D imagery, the base map brings my device to its knees (~3 fps) at max zoom, while Google Earth manages 20 fps with max detail, 3D imagery
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Christopher James Rawn
June 19, 2021
I love this app. I had it in beta a couple years back but somehow lost it after my phone was stolen for the umpteenth time. But I digress... I got it installed again and I'm very happy with how it's progressed since last I used it. Much more stable than previously was the case. I also like the feature wherein you can use .kml files - just like Google earth. An excellent app. I definitely suggest you install it today.
41 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 24, 2019
Needs still some improvement. Overall it's good to seem the 3d data to view and interact seamlessly. But after I added multiple datasets the basemap is not showing up anymore and all I can see is grdilines without the basemap even if i closed the app sign out. I could remove the datasets now and the basemap shows. However once the data is added from the organisation and if I sign out the data is still available showing info. It should remove the data layers if we sign out.
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Esri
October 30, 2019
Hi Manish, Thanks for using ArcGIS Earth. For the missing basemaps - if a web scene was added, then all layers in the globe including basemaps will be replaced. If this web scene has no basemaps, then you will see the gridlines. That's my best guess. We are aware of the other bug and are working towards fixing it. Best, ArcGIS Earth team

What's new

Version 2.0
• Support for viewing underground data and setting ground transparency.
• Support for drawing points, lines, and polygons, and sharing as a .kmz file. Drawings will be saved and managed in the Table of Contents Drawings tab.
• Enhanced the tour experience. You can add placemarks (points) and geotagged pictures to the tour, customize views, and add text to waypoints.
• Improved the geosearch experience and supported viewing and copying the result coordinates.