Only a handful of years ago Google launched their Android Auto brand and recently they updated the service to add an interface. This will allow users to use the service while driving and Google promises to keep updating the platform to improve it.
For starters, the latest update announced at the Google I/O developer conference features a new dark theme that's designed to be easier on the eyes – particularly when driving at night, through a tunnel, or in an indoor garage.
The updated Android Auto also features a new navigation bar designed to make it easier for drivers to navigate through running apps, from turn-by-turn directions and playing music and podcasts to taking and making calls.
On-screen notifications have also been streamlined. The system is now more capable of adapting to (and making the most of) widescreen displays. And media and navigation now resumes automatically as soon as you step inside and start the car. It's all showcased in the video above, but don't try adjusting the sound (because there is none).
The new Android Auto is set to launch sometime "later this summer.”
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