Finally Google has rolled out updates for its special edition iOS apps to add support for iPhone X. This updates was released earlier this month for Inbox to add iPhone X optimization and Street view look like similar as other iPhone apps for iPhone X.
Google has updated the Street View app to add iPhone X support for iOS 2.13.3 version. Now the app is no longer edge by black bars beside the top and bottom, in its place taking full coverage of the iPhone X’s 5.8-inch OLED display. It is notable the device was available in the market 8 month ago but the app was not compatible with operating system.
Google has announced that today’s update contains improvements to how the app switches picture 360 degree panoramas:
- Street View Support for iPhone X
- Improvements panorama 360 degree view
- You can explore different location and Landmark with one touch
- You can create photo spheres with camera of iPhone
Google is slow to update their apps for iPhone X but they do it for sure. It give better iOS experience to user.
Google has developed their apps to update some of its iOS apps for the iPhone X, which initially accessible from 8 months ago. It is very good strategy to maintain brand value and support for all products include older one rather than negotiating the issue altogether. The Google Street View app is free for download from the App Store.
Many of Google’s most popular apps are now working properly with the iPhone X, two months forward of when Apple is estimated to discharge new iPhone models that will use the same irregular design and taller display.