Google’s Latest Android Auto interface works with any screen size
Android Auto, Google’s vehicle interface application for Android, is getting a new, more adaptable plan at Google I/O. Android Auto recently requested a really unbending screen angle proportion. It couldn’t deal with things like enormous, in an upward direction situated vehicle screens, and would frequently turn to support point boxing or letterboxing the UI to keep a sensible design. Presently, Google says the point of interaction is “worked to adjust to any screen size” because of another board plan.
Google says “there are three primary functionalities that drivers focus on in their vehicles: route, media and correspondence,” and the new Android Auto configuration places every one of those connection points in its own board. Maps gets the greatest, principal board, media and correspondence boards get stacked close to one another, and there’s a combo status/route bar. To oblige the million different screen measures, these things can be sorted out in anything that direction works best in the vehicle.
One model, near the ongoing Android Auto arrangement, shows the combo bar situated upward against the side of the screen, trailed by an upward pile of the message and media boards, then a major Google Maps board. One more illustration of a more upward screen configuration shows a major Google Maps board on top of the message and media boards, with the combo bar on the base. Things can be set up to fit.
The new point of interaction will be out “this late spring.”