In (yesterday) panoramio has retired (the way google say it), but what happened to the photos we saw in google earth (photos that. Panoramio is a discontinued geo-located tagging, photo sharing mashup which was bought by The site's goal was to allow Google Earth users to learn more about a given area by viewing the photos that other users had taken at that location. None of the Panoramio photos show in Google Earth right now. images that displayed from Panoramio photos layer in Google Earth is gone.
If your Panoramio profile was linked with your Google account, then all your Will my Panoramio photos continue to appear in Google Earth and Google Maps ?. Why couldn't the existing, wholly-owned, and seemingly perfectly good Panoramio database and image corpus be imported directly?. But using this information I found many nice places, I wouldn't have visited without knowing them from the Panoramio pictures in Google Earth.
On September 16, , Google announced they would be "migrating" Panoramio over to Google Maps. During the migration, site features. For the longest time, Google used Panoramio to augment its Google Maps and Google Earth services with crowdsourced imagery. Now that the. These copied photos will not use any of your Google storage quota. However, your Panoramio photos will stop appearing in Google Maps. A very welcome and informative post from a Google employee just popped up in the Google Maps & Earth Help Forum yesterday. “We are still.