Connect your phone. Now hit the road.

Connect your phone to your car display—your Android apps show up onscreen, just like that. Tap to get driving directions or talk to send a text. Even call your mom, hands-free. Android Auto is made to help you focus on the road. And have fun along the way. Just plug in and go.

Check compatibility

Get help from your Google Assistant.

With the Google Assistant on Android Auto, keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Use your voice to get help with your day. You can find routes, play your favorite songs and even check the weather. Just say “Hey Google” to get started.

Navigation tools to find a better route.

Call and chat features to stay connected.

Entertainment so you can enjoy the ride.

See everything on widescreen.

Use the navigation bar for more control.

Respond to messages when it’s safe.

Get started.

  1. Step 1

    Check your car.

    Make sure your car or stereo is compatible with Android Auto.

    Check compatibility

  2. Step 2

    Check your phone.

    If you have Android 9 or below, get the Android Auto app on your phone. With Android 10, Android Auto is built in—so you don’t need the app to get started.

    Download android auto

  3. Step 3

    Connect and go.

    Connect your phone to your car with a USB cable and see Android Auto on your dashboard display. Some phones can connect wirelessly.2