Google’s Street View App For iOS Gets iPhone X Update

Google has updated its Street View app for iOS, finally adding support to the iPhone’s OLED display eight months after the device’s launch.

For some reason, apps listed in the App Store still haven’t been well-optimized for iPhone X, one of which is, not surprisingly, the Google Street View. If you are one of those been using Street View app on an iPhone X, you could definitely tell that it hasn’t been optimized for this particular handset.

Google Street View updated with iPhone X support more

What’s New
– Support for iPhone X
– Improvements for rendering 360 panos

Today, Google has released a new version of the app and already uploaded it in the App Store. Google Street View is designed to allow users to explore different locations and landmarks around the world using the Street View feature. The app itself also allows users to create photo spheres with the iPhone’s camera, and the update today released also improves support for rendering 360-degree panoramas.

If you download Google Street View version 2.13.3 update and fire it up, you’ll definitely notice that it’s now displaying correctly on the iPhone X. The update should bring all the improvements required for rendering and the information is confirmed by the official changelog as well.

Google has been slow to update some of its own apps for the iPhone X, but made progress this month with Inbox by Gmail first and now Street View. Ultimately, though Google took its time to add iPhone X support to its Street View app, which is in itself better to have it later than never.

(Download: Google Street View For iOS with iPhone X Support)

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