• 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/
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Comments
  • Andrew DeFaria

    Would it be too much to ask for the developers to say what’s actually new? That information is missing here. For example, “Android Auto now works with any car!” has been touted for the last umpteen releases!

    • Billy Hilder

      Are you in South Africa and if how did you down load the App?

      • Andrew DeFaria

        Excuse me Billy but I don’t understand how your question relates to my post which only asked for more detail on what’s new. No I’m not in South Africa and I just clicked the link to download and it worked fine. I would offer to host the apk for you but the US version probably wouldn’t work in South Africa.

      • Ihsaan Ahmed

        I am in S.A. I downloaded the apk version and it works

  • Billy Hilder

    How do we get to download Android Auto in south Africa? Please can you assist?

  • Fredrik Wennerberg

    I live in sweden and android auto is not supported here and you cant download it from google play or any other official site.

    However since a year ago I been using this site and download the apk and it works fine on both Xperia Z and galaxy S5 for me.

    The one thing that was a bit of a challenge untill I figured out how to do it Is that when I download the apk i cant install it (yes i have all permissions set up to allow installs of unsupported sources) because when I try to run it I get cant open file error.

    However when I get that (wich is every release and every time a new apk is updated I need to update it because the app wont start as soon as the new apk is released) I need to download it and then restart my phone and when I have done that, I go into the downloads folder and open the file I downloaded before restarting it works like a charm.
    Every time.
    Installs fine and works fine (untill next release).
    So maybe this is nothing strange at all for some people I just wanted to write it because maybe it can help someone.

    Cheers

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