Streetview on iPhone
- I dont know if this is new, but I just discovered streetview on the iphone ( without flash).
- go to your map.app
- look for (e.g.) Gran Via Madrid
- this gives you a red pin with a label of the location
- on the left side of this black label is a red circle with a person
- click on it and you are in street view panoramas
- start discovering whole Madrid!!!!
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- Haha Willy,
Streetview has been around since the very first iPhone, hard to find for the
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- On Thu, 10 Dec 2009 04:45:03 +0900, Willy Kaemena <panokaemena@...>
> I dont know if this is new, but I just discovered streetview on theIt's new to me--first time I've seen it.
> iphone ( without flash).
> - go to your map.appFirst time I've seen that little red circle. I just updated the Google
> - look for (e.g.) Gran Via Madrid
> - this gives you a red pin with a label of the location
> - on the left side of this black label is a red circle with a person
apps this morning... so it may be THAT new.
> - click on it and you are in street view panoramasFascinating!
> - start discovering whole Madrid!!!!
Now to see if they have done the same thing for Tokyo, where I know my
way round a little better.
Apart from the insoluble problems at the zenith the iPhone screen is
small enough to make the Google native resolution of these panoramas
PS Yes, "Ginza Tokyo Japan" takes you to one of the main crossroads,
but unfortunately it only offers you further panoramas along the
main National Route 5 that cuts across the center of this fascinating
(and photogenic) area.