The sight of a clumsy cable running through your car’s center console, the struggle to carry all your favorite music on your phone or a USB stick, and those annoying hour long ads on FM radio channels is going be a thing of the past. ‘Gaana’, India’s largest music streaming app, has released an Android Auto version that will allow users to stream their favorite music via Android Auto compatible phones, vehicles and aftermarket radios. Android Auto allows anyone with an Android phone (running 5.0 or later) to use a driver friendly interface to access the key stuff needed on the road ― directions, communications, music, etc. ― directly on the car’s infotainment system.
Users can now access their favorite Gaana songs and playlists from their Android Auto app, with a simplified interface, large buttons, and powerful voice actions. With full access to their personal music library on Gaana, users can play a song, personal playlist and even search for a song using voice commands. With voice enabled search, users can access over 15 million songs, 16 radio stations & 1000 other non-stop radio stations based on their mood, driving time, duration, etc.
In a statement, Prashan Agarwal, COO, Gaana said, ‘’Music is the biggest stress buster when driving, but access to just the right song or station, while simultaneously dodging traffic is not just frustrating, but downright dangerous. Gaana has brought the solution with its Android Auto integration. Allowing you access to your favorite music in a safe and delightful driver-friendly interface – So you can keep your eyes on the road and your hands up on the wheel.”