Google’s Street View App for iOS Gets iPhone X Update

Google today updated its Street View app for iOS, finally adding support for the iPhone X’s display eight months after the device’s launch.

Google Street View is designed to allow users to explore different locations and landmarks around the world using the Street View feature. The app also allows users to create photo spheres with the iPhone’s camera, and today’s update also improves support for rendering 360 degree panos.

What’s New

– Support for iPhone X

– Improvements for rendering 360 panos

Google had been slow to update some of its apps for the iPhone X, but made progress this month first with Inbox by Gmail and now Street View.

Many of Google’s most popular apps now work properly with the iPhone X, two months ahead of when Apple is expected to release new iPhone models that will use the same notched design and taller display.


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