We understand Google Street View doesn’t display results in real-time, it’s occasionally slow, and sometimes choppy when you zoom in or out. Here’s a promising website that fixes all these minor issues and brings Street View on our web browsers. QSView is what Google Street View should be in the first place.
QSView offers real-time results, and let me tell you the site is blazingly fast. As you are typing an address in QSView’s search box, the site quickly fetches and displays panoramic view (street view) in the background.
We think QSView is quite possibly the best Google Street View site we have seen so far.
There are a couple of useful buttons to the right of the search box. The first button shows random street view if you cannot come up with a location to search. Button next to that allows you to switch between map view and street view. The third button lets you download the current location in a JPG image format. The button to the extreme right, the last button, is for sharing the current location.
Site like this generally requires flash plugin installed on the browser, but QSView is an exception. It works on smartphones (tested on iPhone) and tablets without any issues.
If you haven’t tried QSView yet, do so by visiting the link given below: