Android Auto is a fantastic way to get important content from your phone onto your car dash. But it's not without problems.
Android Auto is a wonderful way to get the important parts of your phone — navigation, music, phone calls, and (limited) notifications — onto your car's head unit or as a simplified interface on your phone. It's super cool, and miles ahead of every car manufacturer's built-in dash interface.
My favorite touchscreen systems, therefore, were the ones that use Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto. Problem is, not everybody owns an iPhone or Android phone, so no car comes with just CarPlay or Android Auto.
Wish your car had Android Auto or Apple’s CarPlay so you could use audio commands to navigate or make calls? No problem. A smartphone—and a few accessories—can help.
Waze has cooked up a new dashboard integration for Android Auto that allows drivers to keep their eyes off their phones for their directions and focused on the road ahead. The navigation app is now projected directly onto the car's...
As our phones help us plug into more and more services for streaming music, navigation and messaging, it makes sense to have them power our cars’ infotainment systems. But sadly, not every vehicle supports Android Auto and Apple Car...