Awesome experience on the car console screen on the road. Sometimes okay google voice recognition isn't perfect. It has trouble hearing if any window is open or sometimes if music is playing. I really really really wish Uber Driver and Lyft Driver apps could somehow be used on Android Auto. Otherwise overall it's amazing and definitely worth having. It's a far nicer UI than any OEM Link firmware.
Simple interface, some of the apps that connect to it still need some ironing out. Google Music still need a better way to interact with it. "Ok Google" also isn't 100% user friendly yet. Dare I say the messaging application needs to have an interface, great that Google will read them back unless the notification from the main screen has disappeared.
This is great! Car manufacturers have been slow to implement technology's like this on older cars, if they do at all. Now, with Android Auto and a phone with a good sized display you get a great in car navigation system with buttons and a layout optimized to use at a glance. It also hides most notifications so you get less distractions while driving. It's basically good for music, navigation, and calling but that's really all I need it for.
I use it all the time in the car, but it has issues. The button presses should be way more sensitive, I usually ha e to take my eyes off the road and forcefully press on the screen to get the action to work, especially for playing incoming text messages, which I think should play automatically in the first place.
I would not buy a car that didn't have Android Auto, can't go back. The navigation tops what is offered in my car because of the Google Assistant integration. It knows where I'm going before I even ask. Use of Google music, Audible, and Pocket Cast of pretty good. It might be nice to have touch screen access to my full music library, but voice controls work pretty seamlessly. Hurry up with Waze access and continue to refine graphics would be my only request.
This is phenomenally better than any in-built car navigation or other software. Being able to use Google maps and Spotify with a proper interface has been great. I do have a few gripes though. Development is very slow, meaning new apps for Android Auto still have yet to be released. Apps like Waze other music apps. Also, there was a showcase of Android Auto being able to show car statistics, which can be demoed in the developer settings, but that also has yet to be functional. Lastly, sometimes Android Auto just does that work. Overall, I still love it.
• Android Auto now works with any car! Use it directly on your phone screen
• Just say “Ok Google” to use voice commands, don’t need to touch the screen first
• Scroll through song lists more easily with the new letter jump feature
• Swipe to dismiss cards on the homepage screen
• We want to hear from you! Join the conversation in our community https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/android-auto
Start apps automatically, read message, SMS, Whatsapp aloud in your car speakers