Tuesday, September 18, 2012

[G] An easier way to find panoramic interior imagery in Google Maps

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Google Lat Long: An easier way to find panoramic interior imagery in Google Maps

Together with thousands of participating businesses owners around the world, we’ve been working hard to improve the comprehensiveness of interior, panoramic imagery available on Google and Google Maps.

Now, if you’re searching or browsing Google Maps and want to check out what a business looks like on the inside, we’ve improved your ability to find and view these 360-degree panoramics. Simply drag and drop the orange Pegman on the left hand side of your screen onto an orange circle on the map. Voila! You’ll be virtually transported through the doors, and able to pan around and explore the interior of the establishment.

Drop Pegman on the orange dots to get 360 degree interior views of participating businesses

From restaurants to retail shops to beauty salons and more, these interior Business Photos on Google Maps give you the feeling of being there, and the comfort of knowing what to expect when you arrive. Whatever the occasion, they can help you find a place with the right ambiance for a dinner date in Orlando, Florida, a resort in Canary Islands, Spain, or even preview an antique store in Austin, Texas.

To give you an even better idea of where and how you can find these helpful interior Business Photos, watch this video. Then let Google Maps help you explore the interiors of the participating places in your area.

Posted by Shailesh Nalawadi, Product Manager
URL: http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2012/09/an-easier-way-to-find-panoramic.html

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