If you also want to see live view navigation in Google Maps, then follow these steps!



Google has millions of users in India and other countries who use different features as per their needs. Google Maps is a service that provides a lot of features to help users.

Recently, Maps introduced a new Live View navigation feature, which uses your phone's camera to superimpose walking directions over a real-time image of your surroundings. This feature comes in handy when you get lost while following old maps. Here we will tell you how you can use this feature.

How to use Live View on Google Maps:

First, open Google Maps and search for your destination. Then select navigation options.

Next, you will see a Live View button at the bottom of the screen. Tap on it to activate.

Now, you have to activate your camera. If this is your first time using Live View, you'll need to give Google Maps access to your phone's camera.

Once Live View is activated, move your phone around to calibrate the area around you.

Google Maps will try to match your location with its Street View data to determine the correct direction.

Now once Google Maps recognizes your location, you will see directional arrows on the camera view to help you navigate to your location.

Things to keep in mind:

This facility is specially designed for pedestrian navigation.

For best results, try to point your camera at buildings, landmarks, or other locations that Google Maps can easily identify.

You can switch between Live View and the regular normal map at any time by tilting your phone up or down.