Android Auto to Be Update with Teams, Webex & Zoom-Android Automotive Adds YouTube, Game Snacks & Waze

At Google I/O Goggle announced updates for vehicles compatible with Android Auto and cars with Google built-in.
Available in nearly 200 million cars by the end of this year, the newly redesigned Android Auto brings our phone into your car. You can access thousands of media, messaging, navigation, parking and charging apps right from your car display.

Google is working with partners to bring Microsoft Teams, Webex by Cisco and Zoom to join meeting via audio only

Coming soon to Android Auto, join meetings by audio from your car display.

The number of cars with Google built-in — which includes top brands like Chevrolet, Honda, Polestar, Renault and Volvo — is expected to nearly double by the end of this year.

YouTube is now available for car makers to offer in cars with Google built-in. Select partners, including Polestar and Volvo Cars, have committed to bringing this experience to their cars via over-the-air software updates.

There are now nearly a million gamers per month on GameSnacks for Android Auto, and Google is bringing GameSnacks to cars with Google built-in. Drivers will soon have access to popular titles like Beach Buggy Racing 2, Solitaire FRVR and My Talking Tom Friends from publishers like Vector Unit, FRVR and Outfit7 Limited.

Google Assistant will share smart suggestions so you can quickly respond to messages, share arrivals time and more with a tap from the display. This feature is coming to cars with Google built-in over the next few months.

Easily respond to messages with smart suggestions from Google Assistant. This feature is available on Android Auto and coming soon to cars with Google built-in.

Goggle is bringing Waze to more cars. Already available on Android Auto, Waze is now rolling out globally on the Google Play Store for all cars with Google built-in — including the first-ever Chevrolet Blazer EV launching this year. You can use your favorite Waze features, like real-time reports on traffic and road closures, right on your car display.

And as electric vehicles (EVs) become more popular, Google is building specific features for EV drivers. The company recently announced new EV features on Google Maps for cars with Google built-i.

Google is rolling out more EV capabilities through Waze across Android Auto and cars with Google built-in. Now drivers can look up available EV charging stations that the EV plug type near you or along your route — all validated by the Waze Community, who volunteer their time to help keep local information up to date.