Google Maps Get Google Street View Back, How To Navigate With It?
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Google Maps Get Google Street View Back, How To Navigate With It?

Google Maps has recently got the street view feature back, with which we can explore 360° images of the streets captured by vehicles across India. With this feature, navigation becomes more practical and reliable. The feature which has now returned was banned back in June 2011 due to privacy concerns. Google’s Street View will get its information from Tech Mahindra and Genesis for starters to show us accurate navigation for 10 Cities in India. However, by the end of the year, Google Street View will be able to let us navigate 50 cities in India accurately.

Google Maps Get Google Street View Back, How To Navigate With It

Maps Get Street View Back

Street View currently covers India’s 10 major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai, Vadodara, and Amritsar. Hyderabad and Kolkata are going to be added soon. Officer workers will be happy to know that, apart from a 360° image view, Google Street View offers us reliable navigation with realistic traffic updates. With this feature, drivers will get a real-time update on traffic intensity. The perfect way to navigate through a street view is to visual reference available along with the feature.

While launching the feature Google announced, “street view will help navigate and explore new corners of the country and the world more visually and accurately, enabling them to fulfill experience. What it’s like to be in these places, right from their phone or computer.”

How To Navigate with Google Street View?

  • Access Google Maps first.
  • On the search option type the destination you want to go to.
  • After picking the matching address on the search option pin the location.
  • After pinning it up, click the arrow appearing in the white address box.
  • Then switch to Street View mode to navigate.

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How To Get Traffic Updates Through Street View?

  • Click the compass once or drag your finger.
  • To move either you can touch the white arrows where they are pointing or double tap on the image in the direction in which you want to go.
  • Choose landscape mode as it provides detailed imagery.

Rishabh Sharma

Rishabh is an experienced content writer and editor, he is working for Viralbake to cover a diversified range of categories. His articles mainly focus on providing information, being a travel guide, educating others, and also making people aware of technology, after all, he is a technophile. When not writing he can be found gaming, watching movies, and travelling.

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