Google Maps is one of those services offered by one of the world's largest companies that we all take for granted. It's been there for as long as we can remember and is always available. It has almost become a staple in our lives being so easily accessible via desktop and mobile devices through web access and Google's own apps. Now in an effort to make Street View stand out from its parent app - Google Maps, the Mountain View based giant has released the feature as a standalone app. The app has been titled Street View on Google Maps for Google Play, with Google Street View being the title of choice for the App Store.
Dubai is one of the most globalized cities of the world, and has already emerged as a top notch tourist destination. Housing some of the tallest buildings man can gaze upon, and today, you can glance at all that glory as the city has finally made its way to Google's Street View.
Google Street View is quite possibly one of the company's best innovations to date, besides cataloguing the entire World Wide Web, that is. Being able to take a virtual walk down a very real street is something that would have seemed almost impossible not too long ago, but Google made it happen. And today, Google is stepping things up a notch.
Google is the undisputed champion of mapping solutions today. MapQuest, Nokia, Bing, Waze and all these other map services are good, but only in limited regions; Google Maps covers more area and in greater detail.