Uploading your personal Street View Photos can be a very arduous procedure. Google launched “Street View ready” protocols in 2017 to make things simpler, and now things are ready to turn out to be even simpler. Chicago-located firm Panoskin is rolling out a desktop application that allows anyone with a GoPro Fusion 360 camera publish and convert their video squarely to Street View.
Consumers just drop their clips into the application, dubbed as TrailBlazer, which maps automatically the video on Google employing GPS data. Panoskin’s history resides in posting indoor pictures on Google, but TrailBlazer will allow you publish video directly to trails, roads, mountain peaks, ski slopes, and waterways, apart from the normal neighborhood roads.
The application represents noteworthy opportunities for regions with negligible street view. This includes places such as parts of Africa an d Greenland, for instance. And there are significant applications for businesses, as well.
On a related note, Google earlier rolled out a new function for the Android consumers. The new function will allow consumers to see the battery percentage left on the smartphone. The new functionality is claimed to separate in line with the location sharing functionality of Google Maps.
So, when a consumer will share their position then they will also share the battery percentage of their handset with everybody to see. As per a report by Android Police, the battery sharing function has been in progress for sometime but was not seen to everybody. In addition to this, the functionality also did not show the exact battery level until now.
The report also claimed that on some occasions the battery percentage of a handset was less that 15% but, it showed a formal message claiming “John’s battery is between 50 and 75%.” Now, it appears that the firm has operated on the function and is steadily launching it out to everybody.