Android Auto 9.7 directly in stable version: What’s new

Traditionally, Google follows a pattern of releasing a Beta version of Android Auto before launching the stable version. This approach allows them to identify bugs or issues with a limited number of users more likely to provide feedback. By doing so, they can address any problems and ensure a smoother experience when the stable version is released. However, Android Auto 9.7 version appears to deviate from this practice and opt for a different release strategy, skipping the Beta version entirely in favor of directly launching the stable version.

It is important to note that Google has not provided any official statement regarding the reasons behind their decision, leaving us to speculate on the matter. Many Pixel users may have noticed a slight delay in the release of the June Pixel Feature Drop, an update that includes the latest security fixes and brings a range of new features.

Android Auto 9.7 Stable Update

This delay in the Pixel Feature Drop could catalyze Google’s change in release strategy for the upcoming version of Android Auto. Google may have some surprises in store, not just for the Pixel series smartphones but also for Android Auto. With version 9.7, Google may deviate from the usual Beta release and adopt a different development approach.

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If so, we can expect Android Auto 9.7 to become available on compatible devices shortly. However, considering the known issues with Android Auto, we hope that Google has thoroughly tested and resolved any potential bugs before releasing the stable version.

If you wish to check for the update on your device, you can rely on the Google Play Store. Alternatively, you can manually install the latest version by downloading the APK file from APKMirror.

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