Google unveils Android Auto, a new voice-enabled platform for the car

Google is bringing Android into the car. The company today unveiled Android Auto, a new voice-enabled software experience for drivers. It’s based around navigation, communication and music, so users won’t have to search through an endless grid of icons – an unpleasant user experience and also pretty dangerous on the road. The platform is also contextually-aware, placing Google Now cards front-and-center. So if you’re leaving the office, Android Auto might offer the route home, including an estimated travel time. All of the apps are running on the smartphone, which means it’s easier for developers and users to ensure their favorite...

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