Dodge App for Android Trickles Out Slowly

By Automotive Staff | January 24, 2011
Chrysler has announced it has released apps for its Dodge brand. With a download of the free app, owners can access digitized copies of vehicle manuals, customer care, roadside assistance, product demos (with videos), and social media connectivity. There are also maintenance schedules, vehicle warranty info, service contacts, and links to Mopar paraphernalia. Dodge’s new Mopar Apps for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry smartphones are said to show how the brand is “better connecting with our Dodge owners, responding to their needs and growing our relationship with them,” says Dodge CEO, Ralph Gilles. Not all the apps are available at once. Customers who pick up a Dodge Durango or Charger, and who also happen to own an iPhone, are already able to download their vehicle specific app. Those with a new Avenger, Journey, or Grand Caravan in their driveways will have to wait until later this month to access it. Users of Android and Blackberry phones will need to have a bit of patience, too.
via Chrysler / Dodge courtesy of Motor Trend Staff