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Whether it is streaming music and listening to audio books, or even ordering a pizza, apps are being loaded into vehicle dashboards as more cars become connected to the Internet.Drivers can use the Audible car app to download and listen to audio books in the car and the Kaliki car app reads news items."Consumers got used to apps on their smartphones, and now they're wondering why their cars can't have apps too," said Carl Howe, vice president of data sciences research at Boston-based Yankee Group, which focuses on mobile technology and connected devices.Some carmakers are launching their own app stores and technology companies are adapting commonly used apps for car dashboards that are safe to use while driving.
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