Google Maps now lets you embed Street View and Photo Sphere panoramas directly into websites
To make things a bit easier, Google Maps’ updated Embed API is now letting you integrate Street View and Photo Sphere panoramas right into webpages. Google previously began allowing you to embed Maps snippets earlier this year, but the functionality didn’t extend to the panoramas.
To share, simply search a location on Google Maps in your browser, enter Street View mode or select from one of the Photo Spheres at the bottom and then click on the settings cog in the bottom-right corner.
It’s a useful change that’s certainly more convenient than forcing users to open up the panoramas in a separate browser window.
➤ Introducing Street View and Photo Spheres in the Maps Embed API [Google Geo Developers Blog]