Browser-Based Google Maps for iOS Now Has Street View
Google has ramped up the capabilities of the browser-based version of Google Maps for iOS with new support for Street View. iOS device owners who choose to access Google Maps via the Safari browser on their device will once again be able to see an on-the-ground view of addresses and intersections. This was a feature formerly offered in the native Google Maps app for iOS, but that app was replaced with Apple Maps by Apple, which doesn't include a similar feature. Google Maps is free to use via the web.
Apple Music for Android Updated to Match iOS 11
Apple today updated its Apple Music application for the Android platform in order to ensure the experience is similar to that of the revised iOS version. Android device owners have access to the same iOS 11 Apple Music discovery feature that allows people to create public profiles and share playlists.
Send Places from Google Maps to Your iPhone
Google recently provided an update to its Maps app for iOS that adds the ability to send places from Maps on a desktop to an iPhone. The feature, which has been available to Android phones for several months, requires iPhone owners to enable notifications for Maps.
Google Maps for iOS Lets You Add Pit Stops
An update to Google Maps for iOS adds useful details about what's located along any given route. Using the refreshed Google Maps, travelers can easily find rest stops, restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations — including gas prices — during their journey.
Google Takes A New View of Its Street View App
Google has refreshed its Street View app for both Android and iOS devices and took the opportunity to add several features. To start, Street View replaces the older Photo Sphere Camera app for iPhones and the legacy Street View from Google Maps app on Android phones.