Posted by Eric Bahna, Product Supervisor
In March, we printed the Android for Cars App Library as part of Jetpack and most builders have already migrated their implementations to it! Along with implausible associate adoption, drivers have been enthusiastic in regards to the new apps and our high quality metrics have been constructive.
Accomplice apps operating on the Jetpack library (clockwise from higher left): T map, Chargepoint, Sygic, PlugShare, AmiGO, 2GIS, A Higher Route Planner, and Flitsmeister
At this time, we’re thrilled to announce that you may publish your Android Auto navigation, parking, and charging apps to manufacturing! We’ve been arduous at work stabilizing the library, Android Auto, and the publishing course of to succeed in this milestone. Publishing to manufacturing permits drivers to make use of your Android Auto app on their automotive display while not having to enroll in a beta program. Right here’s how:
Thanks on your collaboration and suggestions on the Android for Vehicles App Library 1.0! Probably the most frequent requests from Android Auto customers has been for extra classes of apps. Our purpose with the library is to allow you to simply carry your app to 500+ fashions of Android Auto-compatible automobiles whereas assembly our app quality guidelines. The library abstracts away the complexities of display kind components and enter modes so you may concentrate on what makes your app shine.
Enabling navigation, parking, and charging apps in manufacturing is each a giant step and the beginning of a for much longer journey. We’re excited to see what you construct and look ahead to working collectively to ship superior in-car experiences.