As promised, technology giant Google has just announced that they have just introduced the wonders of Street View in Google Maps for mobile browsers, as part of their effort to deliver an even more comprehensive, accurate and useful mobile solution for folks who are always on-the-go, especially in unfamiliar territory. Since you are now able to access Street View on your smartphone (be it Android or iOS platforms, that does not matter), you are able to enjoy panoramic, street-level imagery in order to explore and navigate the places around you. We believe that this would definitely be a boon for those who are using devices that run on iOS 6, as there is no need to rely on Apple’s own Maps app.
Using Street View on your mobile browser is a snap, just click the “pegman” icon at the bottom right of your screen and you are able to access Street View in a jiffy. Not only that, transit, driving, biking and walking directions will also be retained on your mobile browser so that you can always find your way around without missing a beat. Have you updated your Google Maps to the latest version yet on your smartphone?
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