Google’s Android Auto officially launched in Norway

Google’s Android Auto officially launched in Norway
Google’s Android Auto officially launched in Norway
It took its time, but now Android Auto can finally be found on Google Play in Norway, with Norwegian language. The news that we would get an official Norwegian version we received at the end of last year, but Google announced afterwards that the launch would be postponed indefinitely – so the confusion was thus complete when Google suddenly announced this week that Android Auto was now available to Norwegian users .

Many Norwegians have already been diligent users of Android Auto on an unofficial basis, because with Android it is no problem to install software that is not available on Google’s app store. Until now, it has been possible to download an APK file and install Android Auto on most Android phones without any problems, but as of this week, it has become easier.

(Image credit: Mats Karlsson)

Android Auto is software you install on your phone so that you can mirror some of the mobile content on the car’s multimedia system. In this way, you get access to a number of relevant apps via a user interface that is adapted to use in a car.

In our test (written by our British colleagues) we bragged about the user interface, both the visual and voice control via Google Assistant, as well as how easy the system was to use.

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