50 unusual shots on Google Street View

Google Maps offers many features , including Google Street View: a particularly well-designed tool. The service allows you to discover the world, traveling the streets of many countries, some shops and emblematic places. Recently, for example, you can visit the Eiffel Tower, As if you Luxembourg B2B List were there. It’s nice ! To take the shots available via Google Street View, the Mountain View firm mainly uses its cars. Who has never come across the Google Car and the 15 cameras located on its roof?

To capture photos of less accessible places, Google uses a tricycle (for parks, campuses, etc.), a Trolley (for museums), a snowmobile or a backpack equipped with cameras. Faces are automatically blurred on Google Street View.

Google Maps Offers Many Features

 

But hundreds of unusual moments are captured every day! We have selected more than 50, quite unexpected…There are more and more mobile or mobile Luxembourg B2B List Internet users. In the second quarter of 2013 there were 25.1 million nomadic Internet users in France, a figure up 18% compared to last year. Médiamétrie, the leader in media studies, has analyzed this underlying trend and gives us the ranking of the services and applications most used by mobile users.

The figures given only take into account smartphones (not tablets) and are particularly reliable since they are based on connection data from Bouygues, Orange and SFR. Boosted by Instagram The number of mobile users has increased, according to Médiamétrie, by 18% in one year.

Including Google Street View

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This singular increase would in fact be mainly caused by the success of photo applications and in particular Instagram. The application acquired by Facebook brings together 1,763,000 mobile users per month! In June 2013, 2.5 million mobile users consulted a site or a mobile Luxembourg B2B List application devoted to photography. An impressive figure. In terms of the overall number of mobile users, they would be 25.1 million in the 2nd half of 2013. That is 1 out of 2 French people aged 11 and over.

They visited an average of 5.9 mobile applications and 29.7 different mobile sites. In terms of the most visited mobile sites, we unsurprisingly find the web giants: Google, Facebook, YouTube, Orange and Wikipedia occupy the first 5 places. The predominant place of Google is also obvious since YouTube is part of the Google ecosystem.

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