Google Street View Is Now Available On The Google Maps Web App

Google has added the Street View feature to its Google Maps web app, giving the already robust mapping system a nice on the ground viewpoint for wherever you’re going.

To access Street View, type in the address you’re looking for into Google Maps on your mobile browser, and click the person icon in the bottom right corner. You’ll drop down into the traditional Street View and you can swipe to look around. If you’ve been missing the Street View feature on iOS 6, this is nice to have around to get a better idea of where you’re going, and it makes the Google Maps webapp that much more useful.

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