Entertainment during breaks from driving is assured, with the introduction of the Prime Video service on Google Play adopted by Volvo Cars, one of the first car manufacturers to offer Prime Video in their cars. Soon YouTube will also arrive on Volvo cars, with Google integrated.
The service is available as a pre-installed application from September 18 and will be phased in via over-the-air update in different markets. Erik Severinson, global program manager for new cars, said: "The addition of access to services such as Prime Video and YouTube in our cars adds to the ever-expanding list of software and applications that help improve the lives of drivers."
"We are keeping our promise - continued Severino - to build cars that evolve over time together with our customers. Because safety is at the heart of what we do, access to video streaming will only be available when the car is completely stationary."
Prime Video can be downloaded from Google Play and YouTube will be pre-installed as part of an OTA update. Both apps will be available in Volvo cars with Google integrated worldwide, except in China, South Korea and Vietnam.
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