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Release date- 20082013 -
Now RemoteLink can claim the distinction of being the first remote telemetry app from an automaker to work on all four primary smartphone platforms - iPhone, Android, Blackberry and now Microsoft Windows phones.
'RemoteLink remains one of our subscribers' most desired
Today, the RemoteLink Mobile App, which is available for nearly all GM models, has been downloaded more than 1.7 million times. The most common use of the app is checking vehicle data such as oil life, tire pressure and fuel level. These requests get made nearly 600,000 times every month.
RemoteLink for Windows, like the Blackberry version, was written using HTML5 technology. HTML5 is a language for structuring and writing content for the web that is gaining momentum in the mobile app space.
The app will be available for
This expansion comes on the heels of the announcement that RemoteLink's key-fob based features - remote start, lock, unlock and horn and lights activation - would be standard for five years on all new GM vehicles. This launch means that GM drivers with select Windows phones will be able to access RemoteLink key-fob features as well. The five years of standard remote key-fob services does not include access to additional
RemoteLink connects to a driver's vehicle in a secure fashion, requiring a username and password to log in and a four digit PIN to make a remote vehicle command.
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