Wednesday, August 12, 2020
By Kamal Swami
Google Upgrading Android Auto With Calendar And Other Applications
It is reported that Google is going to upgrade its Android Auto infotainment system with a plethora of applications that are designed to help the car drivers while driving. According to the sources of Google, there are more than 3,000 applications available on Play Store that could be helpful to the drivers having an infotainment system in their car that supports connectivity with Android Auto. These applications are mainly audio apps and support the functionalities like music streaming or podcasting applications, and also its famous application calendar.
According to reports in the US, Google is looking to collaborate with different application developers to introduce a variety of applications on its platform. Some of the major key players with whom Google is working are Chargepoint for EC charging, SpotHero for parking, and a few more. Along with this, Google is also planning to integrate a user-friendly interface for the charging points of electronic vehicles, and more.
Speaking about the Calendar application, it is reported that instead of displaying its grid view, the Android Auto will display the major appointments of a particular day. It will also address the events which have an integration with Google Maps or with the contacts that are saved on your phone. The major attraction of this upgrade will be a separate setting button and interface which is missing in the existing Android Auto. All these updates are expected to available by the end of this month and will can be downloaded on all devices that are based on the Android 6.0 version.