Posts Tagged ‘Android Auto’

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced the next infotainment system that will be used in its cars. Called Uconnect 5, the system will use Android at its heart, but that won’t stop it from also supporting Apple CarPlay for those who use iPhones.

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Alpine has announced two new CarPlay receivers, one of which is an 11-inch monster and the other is weather-resistant. Who said in-car entertainment was boring?

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Sony has announced its latest Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in-car dashboard receiver. The XAV-AX8000 offers an 8.95-inch display, comes equipped with a touchscreen, and offers enough versatility to fit into dashboards offering limited space.

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Here’s wireless Apple CarPlay dongle USB for just about any Android car headunit for cheap. Here are the details on it.

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Here’s a USB Apple CarPlay dongle adapter with steering wheel control for almost any car and iPhone users.

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Here we have one developer who has been able to take one particular wired Android Auto head unit and turn it into a wireless one as if by magic.

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The Car Connectivity Consortium has just announced a Digital Key Specification, which allows users to use digital keys for their cars. Here are the details.

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Google has today announced changes to both Android Auto and Android Automotive, with full RCS messaging support being tied into Google Assistant for the former, UI changes, and more.

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If you have been waiting patiently to own an aftermarket in-car receiver with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto compatibility, then the time could have just come for you to make that purchase. Pioneer, one of the leaders in that industry, has just announced that it will be expanding its range of in-car receivers with five new Apple CarPlay and Android Auto-compatible options ranging from $400 to $600.

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Today, only a few days before Google I/O 2017, Google announced that it’s bringing full Android to cars this year. Here are the details.

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Here’s a list of new CarPlay and Android Auto aftermarket systems that have been announced this week at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

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You can now download Android Auto 2.0 standalone app APK to run the software directly on your phone without needing any new car or aftermarket display unit.

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