Google Maps Street View adds more Cities and API

Google Maps added 13 more US cities and Yosemite National Park to Google Street View program. The new cities are Albuquerque, Anchorage, Austin, Cleveland, Fairbanks, Little Rock, Madison, Nashville, Rockford, Richmond, Spokane, St. Petersburg, and Tampa that increases total number of places where Street View is available to 48. The Google LatLong Blog noted that they have […]

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Google Maps added 13 more US cities and Yosemite National Park to Google Street View program. The new cities are Albuquerque, Anchorage, Austin, Cleveland, Fairbanks, Little Rock, Madison, Nashville, Rockford, Richmond, Spokane, St. Petersburg, and Tampa that increases total number of places where Street View is available to 48. The Google LatLong Blog noted that they have expanded coverage in 6 of their existing cities.

Street View can now be added to any Google Maps mashup since the API supports it. "The API allows you to embed one or multiple panoramas in any location on a site and move, remove, hide and unhide them as necessary. Panoramas can also be easily integrated with the rest of the Google Maps API to allow synchronization between the map and the panorama viewer," explains James McGill, from the Maps API team. And instead of posting screenshots, you can embed the full panoramic views by clicking on "Link to this page" and copying the HTML code in your site.


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