The application allows the user to browse the 'world' in 3D, matching the experience of viewing the map on a desktop computer. Google Earth for the iPhone also features 8 million Panoramio photos and also allows the user to read various Wikipedia articles for different locations. A new view has also been added. This can be accessed by tilting the iPhone/iPod Touch and while doing so, the user is able to see a wider scope of the map displayed.
The integration of Google Maps has also taken place to an extent. One is able to jump to their current location and can utilize the search option to locate various businesses, etc.
For a quick demo by Google, click here.
It is available for free trough the iTunes's App Store.
source: Google via: PhoneNews