Simply enable the Imagery view on Google Maps to use the bird’s eye view feature. Only a select few cities have access to the bird’s eye perspective or 45-degree view.
Check out Google Maps. Enter the name of a city that has 45-degree images into the search field. Change the satellite view setting to imagery. On the map panel, select Satellite to accomplish this.
Hover over the map when finished. Until the 45-degree view replaces the Satellite view, zoom in or out. Reverse the procedures by clicking Imagery at the map panel to return to Satellite view.