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Android N will Run Natively in Cars

Android N will Run Natively in Cars

Google has revealed that the new upcoming Android N will natively run in cars. This will enable much better interaction between the user and the car. The user will have the ability to control the car through the display, like heating and and radio, while currently, you’re only limited to controlling apps.

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The car could have the ability to directly operate in instrument clusters. In a picture, Google showed a car that have Google maps and other useful apps in an instrument cluster.

The director of project management at Andorid Auto, Mickey Kataria, says that vehicles with Android N will appear somewhere in 2017.

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