While most of the other automakers are rushing to get the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support ready for their vehicles, Mazda made it clear that their upcoming models will not be coming with those features.
However, thanks to Google, Android users will no longer have to wait for Mazda to give them the update since Android users can now run the Android Auto on their phone. In fact, Google has just made things easier with the latest update.
When the app was first released, the OK Google feature was not in the app yet so users still had to manually tap on the microphone to use the voice command feature and that can be quite dangerous when you are driving.
Google has now announced that their Android Auto app will now come with the OK Google features. All Android device running on the Android 5.0 and above will be allowed to use the app.