Google Street View doubles its coverage in the U.S.

After recently launching the Street View feature in new cities around the world, Google announced this last Tuesday the availability of the resource in new North American cities, a novelty that practically doubles the number of locations present in the service.

According to Google, Street View is now present in new cities like Memphis, Birmingham and Charleston, and also in new states like Maine, West Virginia, North Dakota and South Dakota. Street View is a feature of Google Maps that allows you to view panoramas of streets in 360º, helping interested parties, residents or tourists to draw routes in a more interactive way.

Below, the evolution of coverage made by Google within the USA:

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One question is not silent: when will Street View arrive in Brazil? There is currently no forecast. Unfortunately.