Google Maps just got way cooler, for some of us at least. Their newest feature, called "Street View" lets you navigate the streets of select cities (including New York) through photos. Perfect for finding your favorite design store before you head out to shop!
Amazon had a version of street photos called A9 that we liked, but it has since been abandoned. Google's attempt is much more elegant, allowing you to spin in intersections and see the facades of almost every building.
For now, you can only browse a few cities inclucing New York City, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, and San Francisco. We only hope this expands nationwide.