Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps in selected cities

Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps – Google announced it would roll out an augmented reality (AR), ‘Live View’ feature in its Maps app on Android and iOS in selected cities.

According to The Verge, the new feature will be available in London, Los Angeles and New York starting next week.

Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps

When users hold their phones and point them at the world, the ‘Live View” will display information such as ATMs and coffee shops.(Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps)

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To find landmarks, users simply need to tap on the Camera button in the Maps Search Bar.

In September, the company revealed details about Search with Live View.

Users can also set a “fast charge” filter to help them find stations with 50kW chargers and higher. (Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps)

Google will add AR Live View feature to Maps

Google is also making its ‘accessible places’ feature available globally, which allows users to see if a destination on Maps is wheelchair-accessible.

Accessible places” was launched for the first time in 2020 in Australia and Japan, the UK, and the US.