It’s now official – Proton automobiles with the Atlas Operating System will have on-board Spotify app access quickly. ACO Tech, developer of Atlas (stands for ACO Tech Local Automotive Services), has introduced a brand new partnership with Spotify, which is able to permit those that have the OS to use the standard music streaming service natively through the automobile’s head unit.
For now, the Executive, Premium and Active variants of the 2022 Proton Persona and Iriz are already running Atlas, with the X50 set to be upgraded to the all-new OS via an over-the-air update quickly.
Spotify shall be pre-loaded into new automobiles quickly, whereas current customers can quickly obtain the app through the A retailer. That’s like Google Play and the App Store, however for the Atlas ecosystem.
Both free and Premium account customers shall be ready to use the native Spotify app on the Atlas head unit. Casting out of your telephone to the automobile through Spotify Connect can also be supported. The world’s hottest audio streaming subscription service – with 422 million month-to-month energetic customers and 182 million Premium subscribers as of Q1 2022, in accordance to Statista – Spotify offers entry to over 82 million audio tracks and 4 million podcast titles.
This newest replace is definitely excellent news for Proton customers, because it reveals that ACO Tech is certainly listening to buyer suggestions. As a quick recap, the unique GKUI OS had Unlimited Music as its default music streaming app, which was then replaced by Joox in mid-2020. The addition of Spotify is definitely extra in line with what its prospects need.
So, Waze or Google Map subsequent, please ACO Tech? Or higher but, Apple AutomobilePlay and Android Auto support too when you’re at it, thanks very a lot!