Android Auto, Google’s in-car handling system, is now accessible in eighteen new countries, including Brazil and India. It is launched in Puerto Rico. For a others, anxiety a small emoji flags in Android’s twitter below.
Full speed ahead. 💨 #AndroidAuto is now accessible in 18 new countries: 🇦🇷 🇦🇹 🇧🇴 🇧🇷 🇨🇭 🇨🇱 🇨🇴 🇨🇷 🇩🇴 🇪🇨 🇬🇹 🇮🇳 🇵🇦 🇵🇪 🇵🇾 🇷🇺 🇺🇾 🇻🇪 , and 🇵🇷 too!
— Android (@Android) April 4, 2016
Fiiiiine, here’s a list of all markets: they are Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, a Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, India, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Russia, Switzerland, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
This is Android Auto’s biggest general hurl out so distant and increases a series of countries it is accessible in from 11 to 29. Three of them—Brazil, India, and Russia—are among a fastest flourishing automobile markets in a world (though of march not all cars purchased there will be concordant with Android Auto).
Android Auto, that lets users bond their smartphones and control apps from their cars’ screens, launched in late 2014. Its categorical opposition is Apple CarPlay.