‘Gaana’, India’s music streaming app, has released an Android Auto version that will allow users to stream their favourite 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. ― without the distraction of things that aren't essential while driving.
Gaana is the first Indian music streaming to integrate with Android Auto and allow users to listen to music in their cars.
Users can now access their favourite Gaana songs and playlists from their Android Auto app, with a simplified interface, large buttons, and 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.
In the last one year, Gaana has released several new enhancements such as localisation, recommendation engines, dual colour themes, and added more payment option such as Citrus, Freecharge to cater to its 50 million plus users.