Streetview arrives on Google Maps iOS web app

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Good news iOS map haters. Google has rolled Street View on its web app for iOS.

The feature, which rolled out this morning, is available on the iPhone and iPad. It’s fairly simple to use too. Just go to maps.google.com on your mobile device, select the location you want to view. You’ll notice a set of icons next to the address bar in Safari.

As is the case with the desktop version of Google Maps all you have to do is hit the stick man figure and pull it into the street that you want to see. You can then drag it into position on the street that you want to view.

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