Street View Turns In One

Last 10 June, Google Street View past one year and they wishing the birthday of Google Street View. And developer are working hard for it, also enabling new features for Street View lovers. Google Street View enabled for 37 new cities and parks and expanding it’s coverage too.

Checkout Below:

MA: Springfield NY: Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse NJ: Newark VA:
Virginia Beach NC: Charlotte, Winston-Salem SC: Columbia, Greenville
GA: Atlanta FL: Boca Raton, Cape Coral, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville,
Sarasota, West Palm Beach AL: Huntsville MS: Jackson TN: Knoxville KY:
Lexington, Louisville OH: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo MI: Ann
Arbor MO: St. Louis KS: Topeka NE: Lincoln OK: Oklahoma City, Tulsa NV:
Reno CA: Bakersfield, Fresno, Sacramento, Stockton Everglades National
Park (Florida) Florida Keys Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming)
Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming/Montana) Rocky Mountain National
Park (Colorado) Joshua Tree National Park (California) Death Valley
National Park (California) Lassen Volcanic National Park (California)
Sequoia National Park (California) Lake Tahoe (California/Nevada)

Street View coverage has also expanded in 15 of the current areas:
Boise, Boston, Kansas City, Miami, Nashville, New York City, Orlando,
Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Richmond, San Diego, San Francisco,
Tampa, and Tucson.

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