We’ve known for a while that a driving mode was concerning Google Assistant, and not a very long time back, some users started seeing it on their Android gadgets all of a sudden.
the settings screen of the Assistant that lets you disable this function and allow and set up other choices, such as enabling messages to go through while driving and disregarding incoming calls.The interface that this new Google Assistant includes on Android devices looks a lot like the one of Android Auto for phones. Users are provided with a home screen where they can access essential features, like messages and calls, and apps that make sense when driving, such as Google Maps and YouTube Music. Google Maps is in fact an important part of this new experience, and at this point, it does not appear like other navigation apps would be allowed. Not in the beginning, at least.For now, the release of this feature appears to be happening in waves, but it should not take too long before it’s allowed on more devices. Atthe time of composing, it’s still not there on my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra running the current stable builds of Google Maps and the Google app.