Proud of all the images you’ve taken on your recent holiday to other parts of the world, especially those 360-degree shots snapped using Google’s Photo Sphere? You can now share these images with the world via Google Views, a new service from Google that makes it easy for people to publicly share their photos of places and for those who don’t have the latest Android devices to enjoy 360-degree views of many parts of the world.
If you wish to share your Photo Sphere taken using your Android devices running on Android 4.2 or higher, all you need to do is sign into the Views site with your Google+ account and click the blue camera button on the top right of the page. You will then be able to upload your existing Photo Spheres from your Google+ photos. Alternatively, you can do it directly with your device – just tapping “Share” and then selecting Google Maps.
Hop on to Google Views to check out users submitted Photo Spheres now; there are also a couple of local shots just in case you wish to browse the streets of Malaysia.