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Google adds Max, Peacock and Angry Birds to cars with native Android software

Google is adding several new apps to its in-car infotainment platforms, while allowing developers to get their apps approved faster and with fewer complications.

Google announced that two new streaming services, Max and Peacock, would come to cars with Google built-in. These include models from companies like Renault, Polestar and Volvo. (Other brands with Google built-in, like Ford, Acura, and Honda, don’t yet support parking video streaming.)

In addition, cars equipped with integrated Google now benefit from the angry Birds game, so you can enjoy all the fun of breaking bricks and disturbing pigs while parked in your vehicle. (Video streaming and gaming apps are only available when the vehicle is parked, to reduce distractions.)

Google announced that two new streaming services, Max and Peacock, would come to cars with Google built-in

On the Android Auto side, customers who like to mirror their phone on their vehicle’s screen will soon be able to add the Uber app. This will be especially useful for Uber drivers, who can now accept rides and deliveries and get detailed directions, all from their car’s home screen.

Finally, Google is launching a new Google Cast feature with Rivian, which does not allow phone mirroring but uses Google Maps for its native navigation. Google Cast will allow customers to stream video content from their phone or tablet directly to the car while parked. “If you don’t already offer casting in your app, this is an easy way for your content to reach new audiences in the car,” Google says.

Updated May 15: Video streaming is available in Renault, Volvo and Polestar vehicles. Other brands with Google built-in don’t yet support parking streaming.

News Source : www.theverge.com
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