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Iphone Users To Use Google Maps Live View Location Sharing


Google Map: liveview > SmarttechVilla.com
                                                                                (Image Credit: Google)

Augmented reality in Google Maps brings virtual arrows, pins, and markers right in the front of you as you walk whilst looking through your smartphone's camera. Google Maps calls it stay View, it's been around on account since August 2019, and it's highly useful whilst you're trying to get orientated or find an address or pinned vicinity. 


Google Maps announced on Thursday that iPhone users will "soon" get to experience an updated live View whilst area sharing, along side all Android customers since Pixel — that's Google's very own produced smartphone users began experiencing this upgrade since last month, which functions even with greater useful arrows and path steering to find a pinned region. 


Google Map: liveview > SmarttechVilla.com

  (Image Credit: Google)

Now, in case you open live View in the Maps app while a friend stocks a pin even as chilling within the park, you will see arrows and instructions telling you exactly in which way to walk. This works satisfactory when you're in the area and have your telephone held out in the front of your walking path. Just click on on stay View and as opposed to guessing which meadow your friend is picnicking in, you may be directed properly to them.

Google Maps has also up to date its stay View to label landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or Empire state building and positioned pinned vicinity markers in a greater accurate alignment. 

Below is the list of towns currently where-in with landmarks will show up: 

Amsterdam, Bangkok, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, Dubai, Florence, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, Kyoto, London, los angeles, Madrid, Milan, Munich, NY, Osaka, Paris, Prague, Rome, San Francisco, Sydney, Tokyo, and Vienna.


You may additionally locate stay View inside the "Transit" tab for while you're taking walks to or from a teach station on the maps app. Live View best works on more recent telephones which can be well suited with AR.

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