LiveOne introduces LiveXLive on Google’s Android Automotive platform

LiveOne introduces LiveXLive on Google’s Android Automotive platform

LiveOne, a digital media company, has recently announced the launch of LiveXLive on the Android Automotive platform developed by Google, a multinational technology company. The company’s patented technologies and innovative music and podcast services are currently made available for download from Google Play Store as a native Android Automotive app.

LiveOne is a global platform for on-demand video, audio, and podcast/vodcast content in comedy, music, and pop culture. The company is also the owner of Custom Personalization Solutions, Palm Beach Records, Gramophone Media, React Presents, Slacker Radio, PodcastOne, and LiveXLive. Its solutions have and continue to power varied premiere music applications from Tesla, Harman, AoL, Samsung, and other partners.

According to Dermot McCormack, LiveOne’s President, the recent launch of the music streaming platform will provide seamless integrated in-car user experiences without the need for mobile devices. Over the years, in-car entertainment has been witnessing a revolution and the latest development will enable the company to reach the current and upcoming GAS (Google Automotive Services) vehicles.

In addition, the platform will give consumers access to a library of around 30 million songs, exclusive and original content, including nearly 500 curated audio stations, livestreams from concerts and festivals, and 235 podcasts or vodcasts like Uncut with Jay Cutler, LADYGANG, Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe, and The Adam Carolla Show, he added. It is also thrilled to introduce LiveXLive as a native app and become a part of Google’s transformative platform like Android Automotive.

Notably, the Android Automotive platform is a full-stack, highly customizable software, open-source platform that powers the vehicle’s environmental, safety, and infotainments systems, allowing implementers to differentiate as well as tailor the content experience specific to the brand’s identity. The platform is consistently witnessing higher adoption from virtually all the leading automotive OEMs such as Mitsubishi, Volkswagen, Nissan, Chevrolet, Lincoln, Ford, Polestar, Volvo, Chrysler, Dodge, GMC, and Ford, among others.

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