Google has started rolling out the new Android Auto to the first set of users worldwide, with the company claiming that full availability will be reached in the next weeks.
Announced earlier this year, the overhauled Android Auto features a redesigned app launcher, which makes it much easier to find your apps and, more importantly, the one you used the most. Favorite apps are now placed in the top row of the app launcher, so if you’re just like me and using mostly Google Maps, Spotify, and phone, the first row is pretty much all you need.
But what I think is the most useful improvement is the new navigation bar.
Beginning with this release, the navigation bar features a dynamic approach, which means that it adapts to what you have on the screen. Google explains its behavior: