Enlarge / The many sizes of Android Auto. Google / Ron Amadeo
Android Auto, Google’s car interface app for Android, is getting a new, more flexible design at Google I/O. Android Auto previously demanded a pretty rigid screen aspect ratio. It could not handle things like large, vertically oriented car screens, and would often resort to pillar boxing or letterboxing the UI to keep a reasonable layout. Now, Google says the interface is “built to adapt to any screen size” thanks to a new panel design.
Google says “there are three main functionalities that drivers prioritize in their cars: navigation, media and communication,”
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