For some years now there have been several “smartphones” and “tablets” on the market that offer the ability to split the screens into two parts (Split Screen) to have two apps open at the same time, but only now Google is starting to take advantage of this feature to enhance the experience of using the “Google Maps” service in conjunction with the “Street View” function.
Specifically, Google, according to “Techgear.gr”, is gradually upgrading the “Google Maps” app for “Android” devices, and already some users see their device screen automatically split in two when they activate “Street View” mode, having previously pinned a location to the map.
Thanks to this separation, the user can see the area in “Street View” mode and move around much more easily by touching different points on the map in the second half of the screen, instead of clicking on the arrow keys that appear in “Street View”.
For the time being, the screen is automatically separated only in the version for “Android” devices and as we mentioned, not for all users.
There is no information about “iOS”, so we will wait for an official update from Google.
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