Android Auto 9.5 Stable Update is Now Available for Download
On 23rd April, the Android Auto 9.4 version began rolling out to everyone on the Google Play Store via staged rollouts. To make the updates more stable, Google rolls these updates out to all devices gradually, in phases.
On average, Google rolls out Android Auto updates every seven or ten days. Moreover, the beta versions take about two weeks to move to the public.
Android Auto 9.4 didn’t have any official new features. Furthermore, the feature where you can choose the startup app was removed for some people on 9.4, and we’re not sure if it’s back with Android Auto 9.5.
According to prior announcements, Google was supposed to add a first-party screencast feature, but we still don’t see that with Android Auto 9.5. There aren’t any updates about the weather information card either.