Streets 4.6: Street View App Now Available For Apple Silicon Macs

Streets, the popular Street View browser app for iOS and Apple Watch, is now available in version 4.6. The update is optimized to run on the new Macs with Apple Silicon processor. Now users can virtually travel the world right from their M1 Mac. To display the Street View panorama for any location in the Maps app, the pin can be dragged and dropped over to Streets.

Also new in Streets 4.6 is a new Share extension “Open Location in Streets” that simplifies viewing Street View panoramas from the Maps app or any other app allowing to share locations. Apps such as Yelp, Tripadvisor, and many others have been tested. Users can even mark an address in Mail and share it with Streets to view nearby 360° panoramas. The feature is particularly useful on iPhone where drag & drop between apps is not an option.

Streets delivers a great Street View browsing experience on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. The 360° images of street panoramas, indoor locations such as museums and spectacular nature scenes can be viewed and organized on any device. A gallery of more than 2000 locations showcases spectacular places along with additional information. The list includes hand-picked locations such as museums, castles, national parks, ski slopes, sports arenas and even underwater attractions.

Device Requirements:

  • iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, or Mac with Apple Silicon processor
  • Requires iOS 11 or later
  • Streets for Apple Watch requires watchOS 4 or later
  • Streets for Mac requires a Mac with Apple Silicon processor
  • Universal Application
  • 24 MB

Language Support:

  • English, German, and French

Pricing and Availability:
Streets – Street View Browser costs $2.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Navigation category.

Important links:
App Store:
Press Kit with photos:

Offer to the Press: If you’re interested in reviewing the app we will gladly provide a promo code on request.

Press contact:
Ortwin Gentz
CEO, FutureTap GmbH

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