How to Use Split-Screen Street View in Google Maps

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Google Maps Street View gets split-screen UI on Android

This new feature will automatically launch as soon as the user opens their Street View after dropping a map pin.

We see this new demo on Maps v10.59.1, which you can download from APK Mirror HereSplit screen view appears to be available for everyone. This new feature was created to allow community-reviews to flow much more easily in the aim. It works in landscape, as you can see in the hero image, though the portrait orientation seems more intuitive here. You've always been able to see both street view and directions on the web, but now you can also do so on mobile.

Google Maps for Android is one of the most actively developed Google apps, with new features and improvements routinely being added to the navigation app.

A server-side replace disseminated by Google for the Android model of the Google Maps app is bringing to customers a brand new split-screen UI to Street View. Once the split-view is open, you'll see where you are on the map, as well as the direction you're facing. First Post reported that Google Lens now has a new offline translation feature for Android users. Introduced more than a decade ago, Street View continues to become more powerful and useful with updates from Google.

As the above screenshot shows, the map features street-level imagery highlighted in blue.

Aside from Street View, Google is also improving other apps to provide the users with the best experience. Users would possibly discover it simpler navigating Street View utilizing the split-screen mode as an alternative of utilizing the arrows on the display and dragging your self round. This means that you can already access split-screen mode as an Android user.

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