Street View, by Google Maps, is a virtual representation of our surroundings on Google Maps, consisting of millions of panoramic images. Street View’s content comes from two sources – Google and contributors. Through our collective efforts, we enable people everywhere to virtually explore the world.
You can view 360 photos with the Street View app. A collection is a set of photos that belong to a place or account. You can also use the Street View app to add photos for any location. Learn more about how to create, publish, and contribute 360 photos. Also, see how to get a closer look at Street View in Google Earth VR.
Google Street View lets anyone view and contribute photos to Google Maps using the Street View app. The page also includes links to download the mobile apps.
The Google-Contributed Street View Imagery Policy explains how inappropriate content is treated and the criteria used for publishing Street View imagery to Google Maps.
How To Shoot & Upload to Google Street View is a video tutorial which is part of a larger playlist about creating virtual tours created by Ben Claremont. This is a very good series to learn a lot about creating 360° videos.