The days when Google only focused on in-house apps in connection with its Android Auto are over. Now the official go-ahead has been given for further applications. After the test phase, the “real use” now follows.
Third-party providers are allowed to switch their apps
It is now permitted to publish navigation and parking apps, but also apps that indicate charging stations for e-vehicles.
The number of third-party providers is expected to grow continuously over the coming weeks. Well-known companies such as Tomtom AmiGo or T Map, Sygic were already involved in the test phase.
However, there is no complete overview of the corresponding options (yet?). Anyone who is waiting for a particular application must find out for themselves whether it is already available. According to Google, however, users can already access the services of:
- T map
- A Better Route Planner
- Flash Master
To fall back on.