Android auto is getting another refresh this time with a focus on the evolving nature of vehicle touch screens. Google says the latest split screen exhibit will be standard for all android auto users permitting them to access key attributes like navigation, media player, and messages all from one screen. Previously the split-screen exhibit was only obtainable to owners of certain vehicles. Now it will be the default user experience for all android customers. We used to have a different screen mode that was obtainable in a very inadequate amount of cars said the ROD lead product manager at android. Now, this is obtainable no matter what type of exhibit you have what size what form factor and it’s a really exciting update. Android will also adapt to any type of touch screen no matter what size. Automakers are starting to get creative with the size of their infotainment exhibit, installing everything from large portrait-style screens to long vertical ones shaped like surfboards. Google says that android auto will now conform impeccably to all of those varieties. In addition to adapting to different-sized screens, Google is also rolling out several other updates. Users will soon be able to respond to text messages with standardized replies that they can send with just one tap. These are also more entertainment choices. Android automotive which is Google’s embedded android auto system will now support Tubi TV and Epic now streaming services. And Android phone owners can cast their own content directly onto their car’s screen.
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