Google has revealed that the virtual world of Google Maps will be getting its own Google+ feature.
The announcement came via Google+’s official blog, with a note from Google’s chief operating officer, John Chen, confirming that Google+ will be coming to Google Maps.
Google+’ s announcement comes a day after it was revealed that Google Maps would be changing in 2019.
In March, Google announced that it was adding an additional layer of information to its maps app, with an interactive map of a particular location, along with the information needed to see it.
Google Maps was launched in 2004 as a collaboration between Google, the US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the US Department of Defense, and the Department of Homeland Security.
It is used to create maps of countries, regions and areas.