Google launches Street View in Nigeria, announces Plans for Africa’s Digital Development
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Google launches Street View in Nigeria, announces Plans for Africa’s Digital Development

Yusuf Busari

Google yesterday launched the Google Street View service in Nigeria, with Lagos being its pioneer state.
People across the world will now be able to take a virtual tour of Nigeria, thanks to the images taken by 360 degree camera, at the same time benefitting from new opportunities to better plan their everyday lives and holidays.
A virtual stroll through Lagos will give users an immersive look at the landscape of the metropolis, as well as cultural and historic sites and many others all through your mobile devices.

Street view, a hugely popular feature of Google Maps, is already available in 83 countries around the world. It allows users to virtually explore and navigate a neighbourhood through panoramic street-level images.

Google also announced that several updates have been made on Search to bring more useful, relevant answers and information to people in Nigeria. According to the tech giant, the updates include health cards, Knowledge panels, post on Google.

It is also available in Google Maps on IOS and Andriod and Google Earth.

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