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Most cars nowadays have screens in them, so why not use them to their full extent? Here is the next step of mobile integration: a navigation screen in your car that mirrors your Android phone. The iVIC is an “in Vehicle Infotainment Center for Android smartphone integration”, says its website. It allows the user to access almost every app on their Android smartphone.
You can use your Android smartphone with the car’s screen to play music, use Google Maps for navigation if you prefer it, search the internet for cool restaurants and basically anything else you would on your phone without worrying about crashing, or heaven forbid, getting a ticket. It would work very well with a dictation app especially.
The only thing that could be frustrating about this system is having to potentially use a less than adequate touch screen compared to your smartphone. But besides that, it should be the future of car entertainment.