Android Auto now lets you use the connected smartphone

Android Auto now lets you use the connected smartphone

The Google Android Auto project is getting into more and more cars and gaining more market share. Android Auto is a smartphone platform that lets you run Android 5.0 or higher in the car through the car radio display on the dashboard.

The platform offers drivers GPS navigation, music playback, SMS, phone and web search, touchscreen and buttons, while voice control is preferred to ensure safe driving.

So far, Android has locked your phone when pairing and driving, so people do not like to keep it in hand.

User complaints will be compromised and will be able to launch the phone simply by dragging your finger up the screen if you receive a third-party application notification.

Android Auto was introduced on June 20, 2014, on Google I / O 2014. Android Auto Mobile was released on March 19, 2015. Compatible apps include Google Maps, Google Play Music, MLB at Bat, Spotify, Songza, S2titcher, iHeart or TuneIn.

Car makers who offer or will offer Android Auto in their cars are not just premium brands like Audi, BMW, Mercedes but also Skoda.


READ  How to make a voice call with Google Duo: already available worldwide