The Google Maps team finally announced in a Google+ post that users will now be able to share their photo sphere creations with Maps, and see those shared by Google and other contributors right in the new Street View app.
The Street View app will replace the Photo Sphere Camera app on iOS, and it will offer a camera mode for both iOS and Android users. For those of you who happen to have a spherical camera, the new app will also link to the NCTech iris360 and the Giroptic 360cam. Google says more cameras will be supported in the future.
The Views community will go offline in mid-August, but all the photos that reside there will be transferred to Google Maps, and they’ll still be hosted by Google+. Users can upload all future photo spheres via the
Photo spheres are something that a lot of people have forgotten about, and Google hopes this change will deliver a resurgence to the once popular feature.
Google also went ahead and announced changes to the Google Maps Business View. In mid-August, it will be re-branded to Street View | Trusted. The company will continue to work with pro photographers who contribute photo spheres to
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