Android Auto clients will soon see a more prominent variety of navigation, parking and charging applications on the Play Store. Starting today, Google is permitting third-party developers to push software in those categories to production. That implies you’ll soon beginning seeing those applications appear on the Play Store.
Google originally said it would open up its marketplace to a more noteworthy variety of Android Auto applications last August. More recently, you’ve had the option to look at some of those by applying to beta test them.
Well that is not, at this point fundamental. Prior to the present extension, Google permitted third-party developers to release messaging and media applications for Android Auto, however very little else.
As 9to5Google notes, the organization had been hesitant to open the platform to different kinds of programs. A ton of that descended to its desire to guarantee a protected experience for clients.
Indeed, even with the present declaration, the organization is putting an emphasis on dev shops following its rules when making their software accessible on Android Auto.