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Google Android Auto: The company announced that it will now be available for all users with a refreshed UI. Android Auto UI will now be able to adapt to different car screen sizes and orientations with the default split-screen look.
At Google I/O 2022, Google rolled out a bunch of hardware as well as software. One of which is Android Auto (Android Auto) Was. The company announced that it will now be available for all users with a refreshed UI. Post the update, Android Auto UI will now be able to adapt to different car screen sizes and orientations with the default split-screen look. Google (Google) It aims to help users to offer faster directions, control media more easily and receive more functions at their finger tips. According to Google, split-screen display mode will allow Android Auto users to access features like navigation, media player and messaging from just one screen.
For the unversed, the current split-screen display mode is only available for limited users. Android Auto will now be available to all users starting this summer. Apart from the split-screen mode, it will also come with the service of adapting to any type of touchscreen. Whatever be their size and shape.
Stay connected and entertained on your drive. Android Auto is making updates to help you navigate efficiently, turn on your favorite podcast and communicate with your inner circle — with just a few taps. Learn more https://t.co/9Y4mfpleQv #GoogleIO
— Google (@Google) May 13, 2022
Google announces a big update for Android Auto
Depending on whether your car has a portrait or widescreen infotainment display, users will be able to easily access Google Assistant, notifications and the app library.
Google also states that its voice assistant will now suggest quick replies for conversations that include sharing users’ estimated arrival times with their contacts. New model users from Volvo, Ford and GMC who already have Android Auto built into their cars will get new parking, access to videos on YouTube, Tubi and Epix Now from this car display.