Google takes advantage of the moment and has just given a preview of the upcoming redesign of Android Auto. This saves you, of course, keynote time in the morning starting Google I / O and immediately takes away some attention Microsoft because the Redmond company started today with the developers’ conference BUILD.
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During the summer, the new design of Android Auto will be distributed to all compatible cars. The new UI is designed to help users get out on the road faster, see more useful information at a glance, and simplify common tasks while driving:
Information from Google:
Go faster on the road: As soon as you start your car, Android Auto plays your media and displays your favorite navigation application. Just tap a suggested location or say “Hey Google” to get to a new location.
Stay up to date on your apps: With the new navigation bar, you can see your turn-by-turn directions and control your apps and your phone on the same screen.
Achieve more with less tapping: With the new navigation bar, you can easily control your apps with just a tap. Get directions, rewind your podcast, or answer incoming calls on the same screen.
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Easy to manage communication: The new Notification Center displays recent calls, messages, and notifications so you can choose to view, listen, and respond to them at a convenient and safe time.
A color palette that spares the eyes: we are continuing to develop the design of Android Auto to better integrate it into the interior of your car. A dark theme, paired with colorful accents and easier-to-read fonts, also helps improve visibility.
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A screen suitable for more cars: If you have a car with a wider screen, Android Auto will now maximize your screen to show you more information such as directions of rotation, playback controls, and calls in progress.