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Hyundai will reportedly show off a custom Android Auto app at Google I/O

It looks like Google is finally letting car makers create their own vehicle-specific apps for Android Auto.
Jimmy WestenbergMay 18, 2016266 shares
 

Hyundai’s augmented reality app turns everyone into a mechanic

Hyundai has demoed its augmented reality user manual app for the 2015 and 2016 Sonatas that will instantly turn you into a mechanic. Just add AR.
Kris CarlonJanuary 5, 2016486 shares
 

2015 Hyundai Sonata is the first car with Android Auto

It took more than a year, but cars running Android Auto are finally hitting the road and Hyundai has the honor of being first.
Bogdan PetrovanMay 26, 20151555 shares
 

Hyundai updates Blue Link app with Android Wear support

Hyundai has just updated its Blue Link app with Android Wear support. Now Hyundai owners can control their vehicles directly from their wrists.
Jimmy WestenbergMarch 4, 2015496 shares
 

Hyundai Android Auto demo at CES 2015

We’ve already seen Hyundai’s BlueLink app for Android Wear, which lets you interact with your car from anywhere in the world, but now we’ve caught up with the Korean company to check ...
Joshua VergaraJanuary 9, 2015495 shares
 

Hyundai Blue Link for Android Wear hands-on at CES 2015

We go hands-on with Hyundai's new Blue Link integration with Android Wear at CES 2015! The Blue Link app allows users to remotely start, stop, lock and unlock their cars.
Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 6, 2015333 shares
 

Hyundai announces Android Wear app that can start your car remotely

Hyundai has just announced their new Android Wear app, Blue Link. The app allows users to remotely start and lock their cars, and will be shown off at CES 2015 later in the week.
Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 2, 20151002 shares
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