The revamped Google Maps, which is much more colorful than before, better reflects the real environment.
Anyone who uses Google Maps many times will probably already know that, with the exception of the satellite view, the colors of the map do not necessarily reflect the natural environment and its nature: it is mainly parks, green areas or barren areas. However, Google has now updated the Maps feature, which is now much more colorful and more realistic. The parks will be green, the deserts will be beige, the snowy mountain peaks will be white.
All you have to do is open the Google Maps web interface and look around the world for the renewed colors. Google says the improvements are due to a color mapping algorithm that worked based on satellite imagery. The changes will affect 220 countries and all areas supported by Google.
And soon the maps will be even more accurate, because a more detailed street view will come, with attention to sidewalks and more. This will make it easier to navigate wherever we go.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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