Android Auto Gets New Design, New Default Dark Mode

Anil - Jun 01, 2019


Android Auto Gets New Design, New Default Dark Mode

With the refresh, Android Auto lets other apps essentially take over a section and allows more controls without the need of switching to anything.

This week, ahead of the I/O developer conference, Google has announced about a new variant of the Android Auto, a smartphone-powered system. It will get a little refresh to become more actionable and more intuitive with fewer taps requiring users to do the things. Besides, the Android Auto is supposed to feature another default theme – in dark mode.

A New Dark Theme Blends In With Modern Automotive
Besides, the Android Auto is supposed to feature another default theme – in dark mode.

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One among all highlights of the new design is nothing but a dynamic menu bar right below it. Prior to this, there were white buttons staying on a dark background. The redesigned bar also supports support for Google Assistant with one tap aso it’s easier to have a reach as well.

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With the refresh, Android Auto lets other apps generally take on a section and allows more controls without the need of switching to the full window.

With the refresh, Android Auto lets other apps generally take on a section and allows more controls without the need of switching to the full window.

For instance, in case you’re having the full view, the navigation taskbar will prompt controlling buttons for those compatible apps such as Spotify. Furthermore, when you are using the app to head to a place, but you do not have your app opened full on the menu.

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