New Apps Coming to Help Drivers With Android Auto

New Apps Coming to Help Drivers With Android Auto

Google is bringing several Android Auto apps to cars, allowing users with the infotainment platform new functionality. A particularly useful addition is The Weather Channel app. As one of the world’s most popular online weather services, it has over 100 million downloads on the Play Store. Now Google is bringing it to Android Auto users to help them navigate in changing weather conditions.

The Weather Channel app for Android Auto will give drivers easy-to-understand hourly forecasts so they know what to expect. It will also send alerts about sudden weather changes like rain storms that could affect the drive. Drivers will see radar maps to check the weather along their route. Android Auto is also getting apps for Zoom and WebEx meetings. Now you can join calls hands-free while on the road. You’ll just hear the audio, so you can focus on driving safely.

Amazon Prime Video is another app coming to Android Auto. You’ll be able to watch shows and movies when parked. The selection of cars supported is growing too. Digital car keys in Android Auto are now available for more Hyundai, Genesis, and Kia models in the US, Canada, and Korea. This lets you unlock and start your car from your phone like a remote. Samsung and Pixel phone users can use this feature today.

More apps and updates are coming to Android Auto to make every drive simpler and safer. With weather and meeting apps, you’ll have useful information at your fingertips without distractions. Streaming apps let you enjoy content during breaks. Digital keys add convenience on the go. Android Auto continues improving to make the most of your time in the car.

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