Google Debuts Android Auto for the Connected Car
Jun 25, 2014, 12:42 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today announced Android Auto, its new platform for connecting smartphones to select cars. Similar to Apple's CarPlay, Android Auto will project a simplified version of key apps to the car's infotainment system. Like Android Wear, Android Auto relies heavily on Google Now and its voice-based commands for interacting with the system. It brings over the phone app, Google Maps, Play Music, Search, and a handful of others that drivers can access when in their car. Android Auto will be baked into the L release of Android, which is expected to arrive this fall. According to Google, two dozen car makers have agree to support the platform and will roll cars off assembly lines with Android Auto preloaded by the end of the year.
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