Google Maps Immersive View: Google Maps is expanding its Immersive View feature to four new cities and 500 new landmarks. The feature, which was first launched in San Francisco last year, allows users to explore cities and landmarks in 3D, with high-resolution imagery and panoramic views.
The new cities and landmarks that are now available in Google Maps Immersive View include:
- London, England
- New York City, USA
- Paris, France
- Tokyo, Japan
In addition to the new cities, Google is also adding 500 new landmarks to Immersive View. These landmarks include:
- The Eiffel Tower in Paris
- The Statue of Liberty in New York City
- The Colosseum in Rome
- The Taj Mahal in India
Immersive View is available on Google Maps for Android and iOS devices. To use the feature, simply search for a location in Google Maps and look for the “Immersive View” button.
Google says that Immersive View is designed to help users “explore places like never before.” The feature can be used to plan trips, learn about new cultures, or simply explore the world from the comfort of your own home.
Immersive View is a powerful new tool that can help users learn more about the world around them. The feature is still in its early stages, but Google has said that it plans to add more cities and landmarks to Immersive View in the future.
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