By the end of this year, approximately 200 million cars will have Android Auto support, so Google decided to show a few innovations that users should expect in the near future.
In particular, you will be able to connect to work meetings in Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Webex while driving. Of course, the video of your interlocutors will not be displayed on the system screen, so nothing will distract you from the road.
If you are the owner of a car with a built-in operating system from Google, you will soon be able to run YouTube on the display of the multimedia system. The app won’t work while you’re driving, but you’ll be able to watch videos while you’re waiting for someone while parked. In addition, several games will appear, such as Beach Buggy Racing 2, Solitaire FRVR and My Talking Tom Friends.
A useful innovation is the appearance of quick replies to messages. Google Assistant will offer several options that can be sent with a single tap on the screen. This feature is available in Android Auto and will soon appear on cars with the built-in Google system. The company also made the Waze application available for cars with a built-in Google system. And developers can now integrate the digital dashboard into their navigation applications and access data such as range, fuel level and speed.