Android Auto is a pretty cool Android-based UI for your car, allowing you to access a range of apps and services from your car.

For some time now it has been stuck to the car, however, as part of their plans to bring Android Auto to every car, they have decided to launch an Android Auto app for Android, which will make any car compatible with the Android Auto system, despite what your manufacturer has actually built into it.

This app will allow you to access popular app like Spotify or Google Maps from your car, as well as, access directions, music, messages, and more from a distraction-free experience.

The app version will also automatically start up when the phone is paired with your car’s Bluetooth connection if you so choose to.

And soon, it will also allow you to use “Ok Google” commands to control all of this.

The new Android Auto app will run on any phone that runs on Android 5.0 or above, Google says that they will also be rolling out an update to users in more than 30 countries over the next few days.

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