Google Partners with Audi for In-Car Android System


A report by The Wall Street Journal has revealed that in the next Consumer Electronics Show, Google and Audi will confirm their cooperation to improve Android-based in-car information and diversion frameworks. As per sources, these frameworks are intended to permit drivers and travelers access to applications and administrations like those accessible on Android-based cell phones and tablets.

The report that Google is working straightforwardly with a car maker comes seven months after Apple affirmed iOS- in-Car. Where Apple’s platform incorporates the iPhone into a car’s infotainment framework to furnish access to maps, messages, and different applications. Google and Audi’s joint exertions will make it possible for Android-built applications to run on auto’s equipment.

Both Apple and Google are purportedly endeavoring to secure backing from auto makers. Apple’s platform recently has the backing of BMW, Daimler, General Motors, Ferrari, Honda, and Mercedes-Benz. Consistent with EE Times, Audi and Google’s publication at the Las Vegas show will see the arrangement of an industry consortium, as the organizations announced shared deliberations with other car and innovation makers.

The Wall Street Journal reports that a timetable would be outlined by Google & Audi for offering Android-based system in new cars. Parts of the collectively made frameworks aren’t yet known, however Google’s direct impact and brisk reaction to its grandest contender’s diving into the auto field, guarantee that cars will be the most current battleground for Android and iOS.


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