Audiobooks.com, the multi-device audiobook streaming service with more than 60,000 titles from recognized publishers, has announced the adaptation of its platform to also work on Android Auto. His idea: Allow users to take advantage, by listening to a good book, of the enormous number of hours they spend traveling in their cars and losing in the traffic jams.
We recently talked about what Android Auto is and how it looked in its first tests; The system is nothing more than an optimized version of Android for cars designed, with partnerships between Google and vehicle manufacturers, to offer a multimedia experience, with information and navigation data, much more practical and secure than what a conventional mobile phone can offer. when going on the road.
Well, since the pioneers in terms of multimedia were podcast applications and streaming music (Pocket Casts, Play Music, Spotify, etc.), it is relevant to note that audiobooks also come to Android Auto, with audiobooks.com being the first application in offering such a large collection of narrated titles.
It is worth mentioning that OverDrive, another audiobook app, has also confirmed its compatibility with Android Auto, that is, with a more modest library than that of AudioBooks.com, who with this news claims to work both on the iOS and Android operating systems and on their respective adaptations for Apple CarPlay cars for the case of iOS-.
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