Google has launched its street view mapping service now in Brazil, Ireland and Antartica, and with the inclusion of Antarctica Google street view is now present in all seven continents of the world. Though the panoramic imaging service has little to show in Antarctica, at present it only covers the coast and penguins of Half Moon Island.
The relief for Google is that finally the service is launched in a place where there are no people to complain about the invasion of privacy. The one feature that is different is that you will get to view still pictures, those added by users.
According to Google there service has now been successfully introduced in total 25 Nations of all seven continents of the world.