Ford Reveals Android Auto for its Vehicles Officially


Ford has announced that their latest vehicles from 2017 with Sync 3 are going to be officially supported by Android Auto along with Apple’s CarPlay. Now users can enjoy Google services on the go on the latest Ford vehicles.


Ford announced that its range of 2017 vehicles that use the company’s Sync 3 automotive technology will gain support for Android Auto. Owners of 2016 Fords with the QNX-based system “will have an opportunity to upgrade later in the year,” according to the car maker.

The company also announced that it’s supporting new AppLink apps from AAA, expense tracking Concur and event tracking app, Eventseeker. There is also a new 4G-powered Sync Connect feature that can be used to remotely start up and locate a vehicle, check fuel levels, and unlock doors, all from your smartphone.

So guys are you ready for these goodies in your vehicle?

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