Right now, only Local Guides — designated users who contribute photos, reviews, and information about restaurants, parks, museums, and other mappable spots — on Android devices will be able to upload video footage to a location. But it looks like uploading videos will soon be an option for others, like business owners wanting to show off their store front or products, reports TechCrunch. Read more...

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Google quietly added a new video feature to Google Maps

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Your destination will now come to life when you search on Google Maps.

Google has added a new video feature to accompany its mapping service, the company announced. Now, when you search a destination, you'll be able to find video footage of the location in the section of the map where you usually see user-submitted photos.

Right now, only Local Guides — designated users who contribute photos, reviews, and information about restaurants, parks, museums, and other mappable spots — on Android devices will be able to upload video footage to a location. But it looks like uploading videos will soon be an option for others, like business owners wanting to show off their store front or products, reports TechCrunch. Read more...

More about Video, Photos, Reviews, Google Maps, and Google Maps Mobile

Right now, only Local Guides — designated users who contribute photos, reviews, and information about restaurants, parks, museums, and other mappable spots — on Android devices will be able to upload video footage to a location. But it looks like uploading videos will soon be an option for others, like business owners wanting to show off their store front or products, reports TechCrunch. Read more...

More about Video, Photos, Reviews, Google Maps, and Google Maps Mobile'>
, , ,

Google quietly added a new video feature to Google Maps

TwitterFacebook

Your destination will now come to life when you search on Google Maps.

Google has added a new video feature to accompany its mapping service, the company announced. Now, when you search a destination, you'll be able to find video footage of the location in the section of the map where you usually see user-submitted photos.

Right now, only Local Guides — designated users who contribute photos, reviews, and information about restaurants, parks, museums, and other mappable spots — on Android devices will be able to upload video footage to a location. But it looks like uploading videos will soon be an option for others, like business owners wanting to show off their store front or products, reports TechCrunch. Read more...

More about Video, Photos, Reviews, Google Maps, and Google Maps Mobile
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