17 Alternatives to Google Street View

July 18, 2017

Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Earth and Google Maps which provides panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world. It displays panoramas of stitched images. Most photography is done by car, but some are done by trekker, walking, boat, tricycle, snowmobile, and underwater apparatus. It was launched on May 25, 2007, in the United States using Immersive Media Technology. It uses a computer algorithm…

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17 Alternatives to EarthBrowser

June 26, 2017

EarthBrowser is an innovative earth simulation. It merges an easy to navigate three-dimensional virtual globes with real-time weather condition and seven-day forecasts for thousands of locations worldwide. It provides Hurricanes, live earthquakes, webcams, volcanoes and cloud animations data in an instant. It has a great aid to teachers for visualizing space and earth with their students. It offers worldwide seven-day forecasts and animations from the NOAA. It provides information about…

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17 Alternatives to Bing Maps

June 17, 2017

Bing Maps is a web mapping service provided as a part of Microsoft’s Bing suite of search engines and powered by the Bing Maps for Enterprise framework. You can browse and search topographically shaded street maps for many cities worldwide. It includes certain points of interest built in such as stadiums, metro stations, hospitals, and other facilities. It is also possible to browse public user created points of interest. Its…

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17 Alternatives to Aciqra

June 16, 2017

Aciqra is a free virtual sky map and planetarium that tracks and shows planetary bodies. It shows planets, stars, and nebulae to an accuracy of a fraction of a degree for thousands of years into both the future and the past. Its program generates a virtual sky, so you will always know exactly what’s up in the real one. It includes and shows a huge variety of different objects. It…

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17 Alternatives to NASA World Wind

June 14, 2017

NASA World Wind is an open-source API for a virtual globe. It allows developers to quickly and easily create interactive visualizations of the map, 3D globe, and geographical information. Many organizations across the world use this to monitor weather patterns, track the movement of planes, visualize cities and terrain, vehicles and ships, educate people about the earth, and analyze geospatial data. GitHIub hosts its source code, engineering roadmap, official releases,…

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17 Alternatives to Here WeGo

June 13, 2017

Here WeGo is a maps and navigation program for iOS and Android, and a desktop web mapping service. It originally developed by Nokia, the application was first released for Windows Phone and the web in 2014, and later for iOS and Android. Its maps are updated every two or three months. Its maps were launched on the Google Play store on 10 December 2014 and the iOS store on 11…

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17 Alternatives to Yandex.Maps

June 8, 2017

Yandex.Maps is a Russian multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related service and products. It operates the largest search engine in Russia with about 65% market share in that country. It also develops some Internet-based products and services. It accesses a massive database of organizations and uses filters to narrow your search. It looks up relevant details like contact info, service, office hours, service information, reviews, and photos. It explores places…

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17 Alternatives to MapQuest

June 3, 2017

MapQuest is an American free online web drawing service owned by AOL. It provides some extent of street level detail and or driving directions for some countries. You can check country is available through a pull-down menu on the MapQuest home page. It offers a free mobile app for iOS and Android, which features Pol search, real-time traffic, voice guided navigation, among other features. It also provides a mobile-friendly website….

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17 Alternatives to Google Earth

May 26, 2017

Google Earth is a computer program which renders a simulacrum of the Earth based on satellite imagery. It shows the Map of Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from the geographic information system, aerial photography, and satellite imagery onto a 3D globe. It displays satellite pictures of different resolution of the Earth’s surface. It allows users to see things like houses and cities looking perpendicularly down or at an…

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