Thursday, April 18, 2019

Android Auto

Even if your car doesn't support Android Auto, just using it on your smartphone makes listening to music, answering a call or getting driving directions easier.  The larger fonts and bigger buttons are easier to read and press and when combined with spoken commands to Google Assistant, it helps keep your eyes where they belong.  There are several configuration options, but the one I like the most is automatically launching Android Auto when my smartphone's bluetooth pairs with, and only with, my car's stereo receiver.

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