Google owns Waze, a popular car navigation app with crowd-sourced traffic data. Google also owns Android Auto, an in-car Android interface that makes it safe and easy to use apps in the car. You would think Waze would have ended up on Android Auto pretty quickly. You’d be wrong.
After showing off Waze Android Auto integration at Google I/O 2016 (yes, over a year ago), the integration has finally launched—in beta, at least. Android Police reports that after an April beta sign-up, real, working code has finally gone out to beta testers. (You can sign up here to be one of those testers if you’d like.)
Source:: Arstechnica – Gadgets