Roughly last May at Google's "I/O" developer conference, the company introduced an updated version of its desktop Maps experience. Since that time, it has been in "preview," allowing users to go back and forth between the "classic" and new versions. Today, it's coming out of preview and soon will be the default PC Google Maps experience.
Since its introduction, Google has been adding features, tweaking and adjusting the new Maps. Overall, it's a more visually-compelling product than the old Maps with a wide array of enhanced features. Among them:
Rich images, photo tours and interior p [...]
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