Google has announced that their Google Street View is now available in 50 different countries around the world, the 50th country to get the mapping service is Hungary, and Google are also expanding their coverage in Poland and Romania.
Google originally launched Street View back in 2007, back then the service was available in a total of five cities in the US, so things have expanded quite a bit over the last six years.
Today, we’ve reached 50 countries with the launch of Street View in Hungary and Lesotho and are significantly expanding our coverage in Poland and Romania, among other locations around the world. This is also the largest single update of Street View imagery we’ve ever pushed, including new and updated imagery for nearly 350,000 miles of roads across 14 countries.
You can find out more information about Google Street view over at the Google Maps blog.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News