Updated Google Assistant is now available for Android Auto
Updated Google Assistant is now available for Android Auto. The 2nd day of CES 2018 came with many new announcements and gadgets, where several electronics’ manufacturers showcased their numerous ground-breaking gadgets, tech giants and software companies were also hitting the grounds with innovative ideas and devices.
As the recent announcement by tech mammoth Google positively drives our attention. According to which by this week, Android Auto users in the U.S. will also obtain complete support for the Google Assistant in their cars.
Google’s perceptive about this year at CES is all about its Assistant, as it has revealed a variety of new features for its product.
Although the Assistant is previously accessible on Android Auto but the there was a deficiency in it, it was like an old Now-style Assistant which is simply limited to voice commands.
By getting the newer updated Assistant you will be able to access all of your third-party Google Assitant services and the best thing is that you would be able to control your smart home devices simply by receiving commands from your cars.
In order to make sure that you have been upgraded to the newer version, you can see the Assistant logo with three circles that will appear on the screen of Android Auto.
On the other hands, if you are still seeing the four moving bars when the voice search starts, it means you’re still on the old system.
Moreover, if you want to order drinks while driving from the Starbucks then upgraded Assistant is your cup of tea. With upgraded Assistant you can even reserve parking space by SpotHero.
Google has tied knot with Kia and Fiat Chrysler to provide the Assistant access to their cars’ fuel levels and it will facilities users to lock their cars with their voice Google.
Although, tech giant Google is also making plans to expand the reach of the Assitant to other car manufacturers. But the fact is that, these features are previously accessible on a number of Mercedes Benz and Hyundai cars.