Google improved Google Assistant for the car along with the Android Auto interface.
Mountain View announced today news about its autonomous driving platform, Android Auto. This new interface will be available to the over 100 million Android Auto cars in the coming weeks, the company stated.
One of the new features is the ability to reflect the screen from their phone onto the car screen. Users can then select the applications they wish to see on the vehicle’s screen. This will give them the tools they need and less distractions.
Likewise, the devices compatible with dual SIM will allow each person to choose which SIM they want to set as the main one for calls through Android Auto.
The new work profile, however, is focused on the display of information from your agenda. This includes messages and events related to your job group.
The most exciting function of Google Assistant is the ability to pay for gasoline using the app without having to carry a cell phone or use a credit card.
In the United States, users can say “OK Google, pay for gasoline,” select the pump number, then proceed to the payment process. Unocero was told by Google that they plan to expand the function to other countries. It is currently not known who.
The Google Assistant will also have a major improvement; users will be able to say “Ok Google, let’s drive”, and the navigation interface for driving mode will open at that point.
You can now access notifications, music playback and view the map from this driving interface. You can also make calls and receive recommendations.
You can either refuse to activate the interface or talk to Google’s assistant. The interface will be activated when your car connects to its Bluetooth. You can enjoy this function in Mexico, the United States, and other European countries in the next weeks.