Safety first: Google car crash detection now guards android users in India
Delhi : Google made its "Car Crash Detection" technology available for Pixel phones in India second only to Apple.
In the event of an automobile collision, this safety measure may save lives. It was formerly limited to the United States, but it is now accessible in India as well.
Google's auto crash detection tool functions similarly to Apple's iPhone app, and it is now compatible with some Android phones.
Car crash detection, as the name implies, uses your Android phone's sensors to send out an alarm in the event that you are ever involved in an accident.
This information was discovered on an X platform by some unidentified individuals, who said that "the Pixel's car crash detection feature is now available in 5 new countries, including Austria, Belgium, India, Portugal, and Switzerland."
These nations are now included on Google's help website, which was updated this month. A number of customers in India have confirmed that they may now enable this option.
Now let's see how Google's Android auto crash detection functions:
Google does not activate this function by default, so you will need to enable it on your Android phone in order to utilize it.
Go to the "Safety and Emergency" section by scrolling down in the phone's settings. Apply a tap.
Locate and activate the 'Car Crash Detection' option.
According to Google's official report, if you enable the function, it may identify possible hazards and notify emergency authorities, making sure aid comes in the event of a tragedy.