Explore world landmarks, discover natural wonders and step inside locations such as museums, arenas, restaurants and small businesses with Google Street View. Also create photo spheres to add your own Street View experiences. Start with your phone’s camera or add a one–shot spherical camera (like the Ricoh Theta V or S) for easy 360º photography. Then, you can publish to Google Maps to share your photo spheres with the world. Content galleries: • Browse — or be notified of — Google’s newest special collections • Explore all of Street View (including contributions from others) • Review your public profile of published photo spheres • Manage your private photo spheres • Immerse yourself in photo spheres with Cardboard mode Creating and sharing photo spheres: • Use your phone’s camera (no camera accessories required) • Connect to a spherical camera to capture in one tap • Share to Google Maps as immersive photo spheres • Share privately as flat photos Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
I absolutely love this app for it’s breathtaking VR capabilities. I endlessly enjoyed this on a Google Cardboard + iPhone 7 Plus combination. I decided I should try it out on the iPhone X running iOS 13.1.2, but to my disappointment, the VR mode only shows black screen. I tried finding a solution to this online, but to no avail. Please resolve this issue, as this is a great app.
Pretty intuitive design, allows you to see where you’re going before you get there, which either helps eliminate fear or provoke curiosity, ultimately creating a journey!
I have a phone with a small screen. Their mandatory tabs on the bottom take up about 30% of the screen, and the stuff on top takes another 20%. And the mandatory stuff on the bottom is usually stuff I don’t want. The only reason I use this app is to make spherical pictures. The interface is unenviable but I don’t know of any other app that takes and stitches spherical pictures.
I love this app. But a recent glitch doesnt let me use my vr headset. It just shows a black screen.
Update 11/16: Despite what the listed features say, you cannot immerse yourself in Cardboard photo spheres because the update from more than 2 months ago bricked this feature, at least for me and and some others. -Still waiting for an update that fixes this. -Definitely not updating any other Google apps! Update 11/7: Hello ... Google, anyone? Please provide an update that brings back the cardboard VR viewer feature that you still list in the description. It has been months since one of the last updates bricked this app and, hence, the viewer it was designed for. Update 10/30/19: Cardboard/VR mode still not working. Others are definitely having same issue but no solution is offered on Google forums, and still no update to fix this. Update 10/18/19: Cardboard/VR mode still not working and no update from Google to fix it. This feature is why I bought the VR Viewer and got the app to begin with. Update 10/09: Despite what the listed features say, you cannot immerse yourself in Cardboard photo spheres because the latest update has bricked this feature, at least for me and and some others. I have tried re-installing the app and re-starting the phone and the screen still goes black when I go to view in Cardboard/VR mode. -Still waiting for an update that fixes this. Update 10/2: Cardboard VR viewer function still not working. Come on, Google ... please fix this! Where’s the update, or at least a response? On 7plus iPhone w/ iOS 13 It says it’s successfully paired with my viewer, but as soon as I tap the cardboard icon and turn phone sideways, the screen goes black except for the divider line.
Screen is simply black with a white line in the middle
This app is so hard to navigate and it never has the address I'm looking for.
This app is Phenomenal as is!! However; I look forward to innovative ideas and what the future holds! Great job!
Someone from Google just needs to try it and they will see. Can’t connect panos, and reposition ( consistently, to say the least) simply does not work as their directions say it should. And it is the only game in town. They have got to fix this app.
Not as good as the original. Street View could not find a lot of streets. A lot of the pictures were taken many years ago.