The end of Android Auto on phones is growing closer, and Google finally has updated Google Assistant Driving Mode to make it a worthy successor.
Way back in 2019, Google announced that it would be replacing Android Auto on phones with Google Assistant Driving Mode. The idea was to take everything users already relied on in Android Auto and make it easier to get to through the Assistant. While it has been available for a bit now, Google finally is gearing up to replace Android Auto on phones completely.
That starts by giving Google Assistant Driving Mode a slick new user interface, one that’s almost perfect.