Google released a public beta of the new Coolwalk UI on the Play Store


San Francisco: Tech giant Google has released a public beta of the new Coolwalk UI on the Play Store with new features and changes for users to try.

Android Auto is an application that allows drivers to access music, media and navigation applications on the car’s infotainment system screens by connecting their Android smartphones.

According to Android Central, earlier this year Google revealed it was planning a major redesign for Android Auto.

While the Coolwalk design was supposed to arrive over the summer, it didn’t, leaving users wondering when it would actually hit consumers.

Coolwalk was unveiled at Google I/O 2022 (an annual developer conference), bringing a dynamic split-screen user interface to Android Auto that would more effectively adapt to different screen sizes, according to the report.

The goal was to make the most important apps and features more easily accessible with just one click, allowing drivers to focus more on the road.

As part of the features, it includes a split-screen user interface where the map will be placed closer to the driver in the new dashboard for better accessibility.

Users will also be able to change the size of the map, allowing it to fill the entire display if they wish for a better view of their route, the report adds.

The company has also redesigned the media card, allowing it to grow and shrink dynamically, such as when a new message arrives.

It will also allow users to quickly access Google Assistant suggestions for media with just a swipe.


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