Ford SYNC Applink Download Available on 3.4 Million Vehicles
Ford will make its Sync Applink download available to a much broader audience, the automaker is announcing ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. The Ford Sync in-car connectivity system has been an ongoing learning process for the automaker, as infotainment systems continue to evolve, and customer expectations continually change; now that system will be available to 3.4 million vehicles later this year, on 2010 Ford model year vehicles and after. The Ford Sync Applink allows users to access and control smartphone apps including TuneIn, NPR, and iHeartRadio by using voice commands. Users can access about 60 applications on both iOS and Android operating systems without having to press anything or look down from the road. Additionally, Ford has created a new organization, its Global Digital Marketing group, to accelerate the goal of connecting customers to their vehicles. Our editors have had mixed reviews of Ford Sync, but believe the focus towards developing and improving the in-car connectivity experience is a step in the right direction. Source: Ford
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