Google Maps is the number one navigator in the world and is not missing on the smartphone of any user. It does not matter if we are talking about an Android or iOS user, the truth is that the service created by the Mountain View giant is a bit higher than those of its competitors and users know this detail well.

Moreover, in the last year, the team behind Google Maps has been very busy implementing new features and improving all those aspects that previously worked just the same, but should now work better. Also this month, for example, a new setting has been added to the application and to the desktop version of the browser. What is it about? Well, Street View.

Who has never exploited Street View to explore distant cities or streets where they would have passed shortly thereafter? Well, certainly none since it is one of the most performed operations on Maps. In fact, given the intensity of use of this tool, the team decided to upgrade it with a new update.

Now, on the navigator, in the upper right corner (from the desktop page) you can access a new level (next to those “satellite”, “relief” “2D”) called your Street View. Thanks to this, every type of area that can be explored through this function will be displayed on the map with the classic semi-transparent and blue lines.

As for the mobile version, currently the new level is only available on Android, but it will soon arrive on iOS too.