Panoramas

Panoramas (street views) are available in several hundred cities. You can use them to:

  • View the sights (or check out the neighborhood around a potential new home, for example).
  • Navigate an unfamiliar area.
  • View interchanges and road signs.
  • Show your friends an interesting-looking place.

There are several ways to turn on Panoramas:

From the main window

Turn on panoramas in layer settings. The main window will display the show panoramas button . Select a place to view its panorama.

From the place card

Select a place and in the place card that opens, tap Panorama (this is available if there are panoramic views of the selected place).

From the context menu

Tap and hold a point on the map to open the context menu. Tap the Panorama button (this is available if there are panoramic views of the selected place).

A street panorama of the selected area opens with street names and house addresses.

In Panoramas mode you can:

  1. “Move” in a specific direction by tapping the white arrow on the panorama.

  2. Change the scale of the image by spreading or pinching it.

  3. “Look around” by dragging the image in a specific direction.

To close the panoramic view of a place, tap . To exit panorama mode, tap the button again on the map homepage or disable the display of panoramas via the layers menu.