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Google and Chrysler use Android to revamp the in-car touchscreen

Google and Chrysler use Android to revamp the in-car touchscreen

Google and Fiat Chrysler (FCA) have worked together to build a new infotainment system on top of Android, the companies announced ahead of the beginning of CES today.The project combines FCA’s UConnect infotainment system with Android 7.0 Nougat.It keeps the carmaker’s user interface while integrating a number of apps like Google Assistant and Maps, as well as other Android apps like Pandora, Spotify, and others.
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Google and Fiat Chrysler to Show Off A Connected Android Car At CES

Google and Fiat Chrysler to Show Off A Connected Android Car At CES

Google tweaked Android last year to make the open source operating system attractive to automakers that want a customized, turn-key infotainment system.An Android in-car infotainment system was viewed, at the time, as just a concept.Now it appears that at least one automaker is interested.
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Fiat Chrysler and Google team on Android in-car tech

Fiat Chrysler and Google team on Android in-car tech

– Fiat Chrysler and Alphabet are already working together via Waymo, the former Google self-driving car project, and now Google is also teaming with the automaker for in-car system tech, using Android as the base for a new infotainment and connect car platform.The new FCA in-car system is called Uconnect, and uses Android 7.0 to deliver a range of features, including Android app compatibility alongside more traditional in-car controls like AC and heat, also with terrestrial radio.Google’ work with FCA goes well beyond the Android Auto model, which essentially layers on a simplified, driver-friendly and distraction reducing version of Android to an in-car display (or mounted smartphone), powered from the phone itself.
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