How to Watch YouTube in Your Car with Android Auto (and AAAD)
Vehicles today have screens large enough to enjoy entertainment on. Yet few automakers successfully unlock that experience. AAAD, also known as Android Auto Apps Downloader, can help you use that built-in touch screen real estate in your car for more than just the basics.
Before we show you how to enable apps that might play video, let you browse the web, or do other things that you shouldn’t be doing while driving, it’s important to know that there is some modification required to your Android smartphone. If you’re comfortable with doing things like installing unsigned apps outside of the Google Play Store, then please enjoy this cool way to enable some enhanced features that can make that wait at the charging station, shopping mall, or camping trip just a little more entertaining. And of course, please do not drive distracted.
Once you’ve installed AAAD, you should be able to install apps like CarStream, Fermata, Screen2Auto and other neat apps. The apps sit right inside the native Android Auto experience on your head unit, allowing you quick and easy access. There is no rooting involved, so the process is fairly noninvasive and can be reversed fairly easily. All you need is an Android smartphone with the latest updates and a vehicle that supports Android Auto.
The version we’ve shown is the free version. However, if you absolutely love what you’ve seen, you can support the developer by purchasing a pro version that unlocks even more options to enhance your in-vehicle entertainment and app experience. The download link to the app is below.
Hopefully, the process is fairly straightforward in the video. Have questions or comments about what you’ve seen? Let us know in the comments!
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