By Anton D. Nagy | October 11, 2012 8:16 AM
Take this, Apple! While the Cupertino-based company is still trying to fix the flaws of its (now competing) iOS Maps offering, Google announces the roll-out of the biggest Street View update ever. It includes details of 250,000 miles of roads across the world.
More details are now available for Macau, Singapore, Sweden, the U.S., Thailand, Taiwan, Italy, Great Britain, Denmark, Norway and Canada, and special collections are in for South Africa, Japan, Spain, France, Brazil and Mexico, among others. In order to see the new, detailed regions, you can access Google Maps online and enable Street View. With Apple out there working to fix its flaws, these chances being available for Android users further increases the gap at the moment between Google and Apple (who abandoned Google Maps in iOS 6).