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 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.
Add the thing where you select the date of when it was taken
What did we do to deserve this? I’m sorry, but from the beginning, when I realized that this was not designed for iPad I knew it was not happening. I put in an address and it didn’t look right so I started to navigate after a few seconds I had to swipe a card. That was not right either. So I gave up. I didn’t see a way to back out to a map and drop a pin. Is that gone also? It seems a lot of people like this. I don’t get it. Some put 5 stars and then gave a bad review??? So, a basic function of Goggle Maps is gone? Why?
Helpful app 👍🏼
Best Invention since the Rand McNally road maps that sat in the glove box of vehicles across the country in the 90’s😳😜😂... I would like to know if you will be creating a 360 video application with ability to capture the footage and actually be able to upload from an iOS device? Versus having to purchase a device just to upload 360 video.
This app, at least on my iPad, is extremely buggy, freezes up, and just doesn’t respond to input. Every photo is obscured by a big block of text at the bottom of the screen that cannot be moved. Still in beta mode. Perhaps it works better on an iPhone?
If you actually want to use it to see the street view of something you need...forget it. The map itself is stuck behind tons of photos and notifications bugging you to do things like subscribe or connect your photos. You can't get them to go away. The map is virtually unviewable. All you can do with the app is to look at a bunch of other people’s random 360° photos...boring!
The UI is terrible, it very unintuitive. I have to zoom around, swipe up, then scroll just to see your own photos. The app feels sluggish on an iPhoneXS max. The profile and private page should be part of the Hamburg menu similar to the contributions in google maps to it keeps constant. I share my photos from insta360 and then only sometimes show up in the app. I’d love to share my photos but this app makes it way to difficult
Recommended to all
This app is basically unusable on my iPad Pro. It doesn’t rotate on screen thus making me hold the ipad and keyboard attached to it in the vertical position. Also, the app only uses about 10% of the useable screen space, the rest is black space.
When connecting geosphereical pics, the user interface is extremely poor. 1) latency. Outside the app, You don’t see what you connected for 24 hours, sometimes longer... and I really need to see it on my laptop to make sure it was correct. 2) can only connect geospheres on the phone. Need to be able to do it in a real computer. 3) with multiple geospheres, they only show numbers... 1, 2, 3, etc... there is no way to know which number is which geosphere. Just wait 24 hours and see if you got it right on a laptop, and start over again. 4) The original position/coordinates can’t be reset or known once you move it. I need to move them in order to see the possible connections and be able to pick the right one, but if I don’t put it back exactly where it was, it’s original position is lost forever. 5) Selecting the name of the place where it was taken can only be done from a list. The majority of the time, that list is inaccurate. It wants me to choose an incorrect name, and the correct name is not an option. In general, when you’re dealing with trails and landmarks, google is incredibly inaccurate. Google will only fix map inaccuracies a small percentage of the time they are called out. I just have to inaccurately label my geospherical pics in order to keep the misinformation perpetuated. Worse, even when it comes to streets, google won’t correct errors. Currently, to get to my house by car, anybody using google maps is told to use hiking trails and cross private property... which I’ve begged them from three different emails to correct. This is more than just outback trail inaccuracy. Google support defines “deaf ears” Really lousy job on this utility!