Attn: BMW Drivers Who Use Android
If you can remember correctly, BMW was the first automaker to integrate iPod functionality within their cars, along with committing to complete iPhone integration. When BMW first launched My BMW Remote App, it was only available on one phone platform, the iPhone. This left a large population of Android users out of fun - or should we say convenience.
When BMW launched the iPhone variant of My BMW Remote, they promised Android their popular application would one day be available for Google's open source operating systems. As time passes, more than a few drivers were wondering: When, if ever, will this finally happen?
Weber BMW, serving the greater Fresno area, is a little baffled of such skepticism. Realistically, when has BMW ever failed to make good on a promise?
The Android-compatible My BMW Remote App offers drivers a handful of convenience features covered under drivers' BMW Assist contracts.
- Remote climate control (perfect for those exceptionally hot days)
- Remote access to horn and lights (ideal for finding your car in a crowded parking lot or sending off a distress signal).
In addition to the many other features the Android-compatible My BMW Remote App shares with its iPhone counterpart; it also gains the extremely popular and fast growing, Google Local Search. This cool app will allow drivers to send points of interest to the car without having to touch the navigation system. When the highly-anticipated electric vehicle by BMW ActiveE arrives next year, the Android-based My BMW Remote App is also rumored to include charge status.
To download My BMW Remote now, simply visit the iTunes store. If you have any questions about the app or BMW cars in general, please don't hesitate to contact us today. Or, swing by 7171 N Palm Ave, Fresno CA, and chat with us in person.