Android Auto Might Bring A Little Tweak To Its Display

With the most recent update to Android Auto, Google is now testing with a minor tweak within the Android Auto interface to offer better services to the users. However, this new functionality is already available for some users. 

Everyone is familiar with the Android Auto functionality, which allows users to seamlessly use several features of their smartphones on their car’s dashboard that keeps them safe and secure while driving. This is a very useful and essential feature, offering users not to keep their eyes off the road to see the phone. Coming with several exciting features like using voice commands, Android Auto is now offering a new twist regarding its display.

Google Services provides users with a seamless and uninterrupted interface if they choose to use the infotainment system’s touchscreen panel. Now the company might be testing an option that has so far only been available for large screens, even those with smaller displays.

Android Auto’s Application Bar Moves To The Left Side On Smaller Screens:

A few weeks back, Google brought a new feature in Google Maps related to Android Auto, in which the company has shifted the Settings and Search icons on the left side of the screen display. Despite being a minor change, it has a lot of impact on the user experience. The position of the application bar might change, bringing it closer to the driver’s reach so that the driver can comfortably use the infotainment system even with small displays. 

Although there is no confirmation of this Android Auto change being a specific version, it is a server-side change. Plus, it needs to be clarified whether this change is in the testing process or a full redesign. Just wait till the confirmation comes out.

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