It’s that time of the year, when the tech giants are they’re busiest with their software and new applications. Google is no exception and will release some new things this summer.
Last week Google announcement the Android M. Shortly after that, the american giant announced that would be releasing a new Street View application. The Street View app will be the go-to place for photographers to submit their 360-degree photo spheres for everyone to see.
Currently, the only way to view any of these photo spheres, is through the online community, Views. That service will be shut down in August, coinciding with the release of the updated Street Views app. Previously, the only photo spheres seen within the Maps application, when looking at the Street View option, would be those made by Google or approved contributors.
Street Views will also allow users to upload their panoramas directly to the application from various 360-degree cameras. With more support being added as time progresses.