Google working with automakers to bring Android on dashboards

Washington, Jan. 07 : Google has announced a partnership with automakers to bring Android into cars under its smart-dashboard initiative to give a "driving-optimized" experience.

Google has teamed up with Audi, GM, Hyundai, Honda and Nvidia and created the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) with the mission of creating a way for apps to seamlessly work between vehicles and mobile devices, Mashable reports.

The smart-dashboard will enable the inbuilt devices of the car to map the apps that user is browsing on the smartphone and call them up on the dashboard as soon as the user gets behind the wheel.

According to the report, it will also stream favorite music from the cloud for the ride.

--ANI (Posted on 07-01-2014)

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