Android Auto has shown an amazing evolution over the past few months, bringing a slew of new features and interface improvements. There is no doubt that this proves to be one of the best ways to take any car’s infotainment system to a new level.
One of the big news was the support for wireless connectivity, although not available in most cars, allowing you to use the platform without permanently connecting the smartphone via a USB cable.
Now the Mountain View giant has decided to open its testing program to all users for the first time. This way, you will be able to easily access all the experimental features before they are released to all users. It is important to note that these versions may contain minor bugs and occasional crashes.
However, Google always tries to make sure that the features released in Android Auto Beta are really close to 100% functional.
Google is betting its users to take Android Auto to the next level
Increasingly, these test programs are presenting themselves on the Google Play Store as an important tool for developers, giving them the possibility to collect huge test suites, ensuring all their new features are 100% running before they are released globally.
Google is clearly the same, especially considering that its apps are used by millions of large users every month.
To join the Android Auto Beta program, you will only need access to Registration page here And click the button to join the program. After registering, you will need to wait a while for the data to be updated in the Play Store, and you are offered to download the trial version of Android Auto.
In the end, if you want to leave the testing program, the process is just as easy. Simply return to the same page and click the button to exit the program. You can also do this directly on your smartphone.
It’s not yet possible to tell you the next features or improvements that will be released in the Android Auto beta, but this is the only way to ensure that you get access to all the new features as quickly as possible.
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