Microsoft adds news Bird’s Eye Imagery areas on Bing Maps

Bing Maps Bird’s Eye imagery is popular with end-users because its high-resolution, oblique look angle, and four look-directions provide them with great context for many spatial tasks, such as looking for a new house or planning a vacation.

Microsoft today announced that they have now crossed the 450 areas mark for their Bird’s Eye imagery on Bing Maps. It now offers better quality imagery as it is based off Microsoft-owned data and provides a better overall user experience. It is also available to developers through Bing Maps SDK. Following are the new areas that are available in Bird’s Eye view.

Alameda County, CABoston, MAContra Costa County, CA
Albuquerque, NMBoulder, COCorpus Christi, TX
Anaheim, CABuffalo, NYDenver, CO
Ann Arbor, MIChapel Hill, NCDover, DE
Atlanta, GACharleston, SCFort Worth, TX
Augusta, GAChicago, ILFort Myers, FL
Austin, TXCleveland, OHFresno, CA
Bakersfield, CAColorado Springs, COFremont, CA
Birmingham, ALColumbia, SCGreensboro, NC
Greenville, SCOmaha, NESanta Cruz County, CA
Houston, TXOklahoma City, OKSarasota, FL
Jackson, MSOrlando, FLShreveport, LA
Jacksonville, FLPalm Bay, FLSolano County, CA
Las Vegas, NVPhiladelphia County, PABerkeley, CA
Lincoln, NEPhiladelphia, PATallahassee, FL
Louisville, KYProvidence, RITampa, FL
Lubbock, TXRaleigh, NCTulsa, OK
Madison, WIRichmond, VAWichita, KS
Marin County, CASacramento, CAWinston Salem, NC
Modesto, CASaint Louis, MOWinter Park, FL
Montgomery, ALSaint Petersburg, FL
Napa County, CASan Bernardino, CA
Niagara Falls, NYSan Francisco County, CA
Norfolk, VASan Jose, CA
Norristown, PASanta Clara County, CA

Source: Microsoft

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