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Is your car connected? If not, could it be? This week, we take a look at Android Auto, find out how to get the most out of it, and consider its alternative, Apple Carplay.

Show Notes

Most new cars feature integration with a smartphone. While Apple iPhones are typically compatible, it's more than likely that you're using an Android phone.
Android Auto is a useful handsfree in-car app from Google, designed to integrate your phone's apps with your automobile's entertainment system. You can also make calls using the digital assistant and generally enjoy safe use of mobile apps while driving.

These are your links for this week's discussion.
This week, Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner are your hosts. You can contact them on Twitter as @thegadgetmonkey and @stegnersaurus with your suggestions for future topics.
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