Google’s Android Auto Now Support Ok Google Voice Command


Google’s Android Auto is a simpler and effective way to access music and maps in your car. It is also designed for voice commands and finally now Google has added “Ok Google” voice command for everyone. It means you do not have to touch the screen, or your smartphone to play music and songs. You just have to speak with Google assistant. Google officially announced that feature it going live for all, while inviting users to download the latest version from the Google Play Store.


It’s only taken the company almost two years to implement the hands-free feature, but now drivers can fully control their car’s infotainment system with their voice commands, in addition to individual services like Google Maps. That’s lets you help to finding the location in just in your voice commands.

Google’s Android Auto is an excellent solution for interacting with your smartphone and its contents in a much safer manner while in the car.

Using these services while you are actually driving still is not recommended, but whenever users need to answer a phone call, changes the music you are listening to, or bring up turn-by-turn navigation, doing so through these platforms is much more efficient and considerably safer than messing with your phone for these settings.

And the new update makes it more impressive and simple to use while driving. But to use the Google’s Android Auto you have to a smartphone with at least Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher processor and an active data connection to get Android Auto running. It should not be available to everyone who has a cheaper processor smartphone.

Facebook Messenger recently gained Auto integration that allows the users for starting new messages and replying to existing ones via voice clip, as well as a quick replies from notification.