Cars come first Android apps available for Android smartphones 5




Google has made available the first apps for its Android Auto platform. To use the apps need at least a smartphone with Android 5.0, compatible board systems. As yet, only Pioneer equipment available in the market.

The apps are available in Google Play for users in the United States and the United Kingdom. When other countries and language areas are in turn, is not yet clear.

Google has a number of its own apps made ​​for its automotive platform, including Music and Maps, so reports TechCrunch. Apps are also available from third parties, including Spotify and Soundcloud, and voice commands can be given to a smartphone. The unit must be connected to an Android Auto-board computer via a USB cable.

Google announced Android car last June during its I / O event as opposed to Apple CarPlay. The platform should be available on-board systems of a large number of car manufacturers, but the rollout seems to have been delayed. Up to now, Pioneer is the only one to install separately Android Auto- hardware supplies that can be used directly in the car.


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