• 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 productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/android-auto
Android Auto now works with any car! You can connect your phone to a compatible car display, or put your phone in a dock and use Android Auto directly from your phone screen. With a simplified interface, large buttons, and powerful voice actions, Android Auto is designed to make it easier to use apps from your phone while you’re on the road. Navigate with Google Maps, listen to playlists or podcasts from your favorite apps, send messages via voice, and more.

To use Android Auto, you’ll need a phone running Android 5.0 or higher (Lollipop, Marshmallow or Nougat) and an active data connection. You may also need to update some of your existing apps, such as Google Maps, Google Play Music, or Google Search.

To find out if your car display supports Android Auto and how to enable it, check your owner’s manual or contact your car’s manufacturer. Once enabled, connect your phone with a high quality USB cable to your car to launch Android Auto.
Learn more about Android Auto at www.android.com/auto/
Check out apps for Android Auto at g.co/androidauto

For support and known issues: support.google.com/androidauto/

This release comes in several variants. Consult our handy FAQ to see which download is right for you.

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  • Kris

    When will it be suitable for Nougat? Now, after upgrading to Nougat the Google Maps don’t work well. Android Auto sucks.

    • Kris

      HTC One M9

  • Brandon

    I wanted to use a Samsung Tab E 8.0 with 4G LTE as my android auto device and throw it in the back pocket of my car so I didn’t have to fumble with my phone each time. Why do they refuse to allow compatibility with tablets?

    • Marcin Pawlak

      Why do you say it’s not compatible ? I’m using AA on tablets for about a year now.