Google’s Android Automotive game is set to expand to more cars over the next two years, and in the works, more apps are slowly coming in. Recently, Amazon Music officially expanded to Android Automotive.
A new Amazon Music list has appeared on the Play Store last week specially designed for Android Automotive. Amazon’s streaming service extension does not show any screenshots of its interface in the listing, but it has been confirmed to work on vehicles with the operating system.
Several Polestar 2 owners report Amazon Music is now appearing on the Play Store early last week, claiming the app “works fine” in the car. So far, however, the deployment of this app appears to be limited to the United States only. A user also says that the app supports automatic recovery.
So far YouTube Music and Spotify have also added support for Android Automotive to their apps, but it’s great to see Amazon’s streaming service joining the fray. After all, a version of Amazon Music comes bundled with Amazon Prime for free, so it’s great value for many for many.
As of next year, more cars will hit the road with Android Automotive, with brands like Honda, Ford and others set to launch vehicles using the platform.
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