Google today launched a new community website name as Views for contributing Android’s photo spheres to Google Maps. To start with if you are having Android 4.2 and above installed, then you will be having photo sphere camera already with you which allows you to snap photos in any direction you like. Once done, group them together into a 360-degree panoramas view which dubbed by Google as “photo spheres.”
In order to start, you need to sign first into the Views site by your Google+ profile. On click with the blue camera button on the top right of the page, you have to import your existing photo spheres to Android’s Gallery app from your Google+ photos and then select Google Maps. Once on Views, you will get your own dedicated page showing all your photo spheres, letting you add briefs about them.