Exciting news – Street View Panoramas are now available in the iOS version of the application. This allows for viewing interactive panoramas, where available from the Map View. A setting to change the field of view is also available, enabling visualization of more or less of the scene at once, if desired.
To use, look for the green and yellow panorama button to appear if the selected location has a panorama view nearby. Clicking it will open up the closest Street View panorama, and sun and moon paths can be seen overlaid onto it.
Screenshot of a Street View Panorama on the iPhone:
Some interesting panoramas to view as seen on an iPad:
Check out the Google Street View collections for many interesting places to explore in general, not necessarily in context with Sun Surveyor!
Languages: A Portuguese (Brazil) Translation – Ronilson di Souza has kindly provided a Brazilian Portuguese translation, many thanks to him! This is available in v1.10 for Android, and will be available for iOS soon.
Gallery: I’ve added some more photos to the gallery, one is a screenshot from Frank Meißner, of Tromsø, Norway, showing sun paths from a part of the world where they sometimes experience 24 hours of daylight! Another is from Rory Rayton, showing an ocean sunrise in Dawlish, on the south coast of England.