Google launched a few superb Google Maps features in the past few weeks alone, together with AR navigation support that rolled out to Android and iPhone, in addition to a smarter way to plan your commute. And Google hasn’t completed fine-tuning its navigation app, as the company has finally brought to mobile the one function that was nonetheless missing in action.

Accessible only on Android in the meanwhile, which is the natural home of Google Maps, in fact, is a Street View layer. Street View is among the most excellent options of Google Maps on desktop, permitting you to visualize the locations you’re traveling to for the first time. And you’ll rapidly transfer between Street View and standard Maps view on the net version of the app, something that wasn’t precisely possible on the mobile app.

A standalone Street View app can also be obtainable; however, it’s much handier to have all of it right into a single app.

As seen within the screenshots, the Street View layer is clearly seen, and it’s very simple to modify back and forth between the default and Street View version of the map.

Press the layer, and the map that’s in view will instantly highlight in blue all of the roads and areas where Google’s cameras have been used to take 360-degree snaps. It’s identical to the desktop experience. However, you’ll need to tap on the placement that you just wish to examine reasonably than dragging something on the display.

The characteristic has begun rolling out on Android, and it’ll most likely discover its way to iPhone sooner or later.