Android Auto

Audiobooks.com app being prepped for Android Auto

Support for Android Auto is finally coming from Audiobooks.com. This means you can finally read more books...errr, hear more audiobooks while in the car that has Android Auto connectivity. The in-car dashboard platform is slowly getting a lot of support, being integrated and installed in more cars. The list of vehicles is getting longer but expect more to be added so you can have more choices of what new car to buy--that is, if you are planning to get one.

2015 Hyundai Sonata owners can now download and install Android Auto

Android Auto may still not be the standard dashboard infotainment system in vehicles but more and more car makers are getting such connectivity. Of the very few 2015 models that are receiving the in-car OS, the Hyundai’s 2015 Sonata is the first car to have Android Auto as we already mentioned a few months back. Android Auto software is available at MyHyundai.com and is now ready for download.

Ford set to launch MyFord app for Android Wear

US-based car makers Ford is making an effort so that they do not get left behind in the in-car infotainment system space as it debuts the MyFord Mobile app extension. The app will be made specifically for smartwatches, which means Android Wear for Android users and the Apple Watch on iOS, even as Ford brings online its new SYNC 3 infotainment system.

Android Auto app updated, hands-free usage now allowed

Android Auto is still in its initial stages but we're not doubting the smart technology will be embraced by more car companies all over the world. We already know Google has big plans by partnering with other brands in the automotive industry and integrating several apps to work with it. So far, we know Chevrolet adding Android Auto to its 2016 car lineup while the Hyundai 2015 Sonata is the first car to have it.

Cadillac’s 2016 car models to support Android Auto

Car manufacturers are slowly catching up to the connectivity craze. Recently, Chevrolet announced that their new models will be carrying support for Android Auto, Google's new platform for auto mobile connectivity. Now, it's the turn of General Motor's luxury brand, the Cadillac, to be integrated to your other mobile devices. Their upcoming 2016 models will have Android Auto support, which brings hands free calling and texting, as well as getting your smartphones or tablets connected to your new Cadillac.

Chevrolet adding Android Auto, CarPlay to 2016 car lineup

Chevrolet seems to be serious with digitizing cars. Why, the car manufacturer has announced the it's adding Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to fourteen cars under GM's 2016 line-up. This means the infotainment systems, even if still in their early stages, will be utilized and finally used as a common feature. While other companies charge more for such systems, Chevrolet is making the advanced smartphone connectivity a standard item.
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