In the past few weeks, Google has released so many amazing features in Google Maps including AR Navigation support that rolled out to Android and iPhone, as well as a smarter way to plan your daily commute.
Google isn’t only done fine-tuning in its navigation app, as the company has finally brought to mobile the one feature that was still missing in action.
Available only on Android for the time being is a Street View layer, which is the natural home of Google Maps.
Street View is one of the best features of Google Maps on desktop, allowing to visualize the places traveling to for the first time.
It can quickly switch between Street View and Regular Maps view on the web version of the app that wasn’t exactly possible on the mobile app.
A Street View app is also available, but it’s a lot more convenient to have it all into a single app.
As seen in the above screenshots, the Street View layer is clearly visible, and it’s very easy to switch between the default and Street View version of the map.
When you press the layer, the map that’s in view will immediately get highlighted all the roads and areas in blue where Google’s cameras have been used to take 360-degree snaps.
It’s just like the desktop experience, but you’ll have to tap on the location that you want to inspect rather than dragging anything on the screen.
Before this google map has launched the three amazing features.
Now, Google maps allow its users to see reservations and bookings related to any given excursion.
It makes the user enable to find restaurants and dishes nearby. Google maps app will also let the users know about the busy and crowded place.
With the Timeline feature, the users can revisit the places by enabling from a Location history.
The feature has now started rolling out on Android, and perhaps it’ll find its way to the iPhone in the future.
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