Google Street View navigation mode changes: flechitas goodbye, hello blue line

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If you’ve been browsing Street View the latest official version of Google Maps , the version 9.26.1 , you’ve probably noticed that something is slightly different, where there used arrows to move around the map, there is now a ubiquitous blue line .

we’ve all done ever: use Google Maps to explore a neighborhood, along the road to see what’s nearby. Until now you had non-stop press arrows, all told, sometimes very treacherous and you were sent to the other end of the neighborhood instead of where you wanted. Now the movement is smoother, because you simply slide the screen following the blue line

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Everything is said, slide the screen following the blue line is also somewhat complicated , especially when there is a crossroads where several roads converge. Presumably through trial and error we will end up getting used to this new movement. In addition, considering that the routes with Street View already appear as blue lines on the map, we must recognize that the new representation is at least consistent.

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In Engadget Android | Street View improving its interface, includes notifications and improvements


The news Google Street View navigation mode changes: flechitas goodbye, hello blue line was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .


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Google Street View navigation mode changes: flechitas goodbye, hello blue line
Source: english  
June 9, 2016


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