Android Auto will revolutionize the way you interact with the screen

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Android Auto with split screen.  Credit: Reddit

Android Auto is one of the users’ favorite platforms for navigation in compatible cars. Although not perfect, the latest novelty will be able to revolutionize your experience of using the platform.

Google recently announced in a statement the arrival of a split screen mode to Android Auto, on screens wide (wider). Now the functionality has started to reach the first users, and some have already shown how it works.

Reddit user “My Name Is Taken” shared an image that shows how the platform looks with this new feature. In the example we can see two applications arranged side by side on the screen.

Android Auto with split screen.  Credit: Reddit
Android Auto with split screen. Credit: Reddit

Main app is on the left and occupies a larger proportion of the screen

In the example used, the app on the left occupies a much higher portion of the screen. The secondary application is on the right side, with less visibility. Examples used were Spotify and Google Maps.

It will be even more interesting to have the navigation app occupy a larger proportion of the screen, and Spotify only a smaller portion. In any case, this is a welcome feature for any user.

In this case, users who have already tested the functionality claim that the user can choose the placement of the apps. The one that is chosen as the main will always be on the left, and the secondary on the right.

If you use Android Auto, this is an important novelty for any user with a wide screen. However, it is good to mention that Google will also be working to bring the functionality to all screens with Android Auto.

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