The Google Launches a beta version of Google Maps's enhanced real-life walking feature, with a wider release that will be available to all iOS and Android devices that have system-wide support for AR. On iOS, that means ARKit-compatible devices, and on Masculine, This means any smartphone that supports Google's ARcore, as long as Street View is also available wherever you are.
Google Maps augmented reality was unveiled earlier this year and is available in early alpha mode for both Google Pixel users and local Google Maps directories, but starting today it will be released to everyone (this may take a few weeks) On when you actually pushed the update). We looked at some Features available with the early March release, And it looks like today's version should be very similar, including the ability to just click on any nearby location in Maps, click on the "Directions" button, then go to "Walking," then click on "Live View" which should The latest bottom of the screen appears.
Live View is not designed with the idea that you will constantly carry your phone as you walk – instead, it provides quick, easy and very useful guidance, by showing the arrows and large, readable street signs overlapped on the real screen scene in front of you. This makes it much easier to orient yourself in unfamiliar places, which is very useful when traveling in an unfamiliar area.
Google Maps also gets a number of other upgrades, including a comprehensive Maps Reservations tab for all stored trips, hotel stays, and more – as well as offline backups. This, along with a redesigned new schedule that is only airing on Android devices right now, should be published to everyone over the next few weeks.