Land Rover InControl Apps enables you to use vehicle optimised smartphone apps on the vehicle's touch screen by connecting your smartphone with a USB cable to the dedicated InControl Apps USB port. Once connected, the apps on the vehicle's touch screen have the same look and feel as they do on your smartphone. A variety of approved vehicle optimised apps such as: Contacts, Calendar and Music Player will be available, with more third party vehicle optimised apps becoming compatible over time for a continually fresh and personal user experience. Your smartphone will also be charged through the USB cable.
- iOS13 Fixes for main launcher & virtual applications (Calendar, Contacts, Music)
- General bug fixes
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Terrible App for my wonderful Car
I recently purchased a pre-owned $40K Range Rover Evoque and guess what, this is the only app I can use with the OEM radio and navigation system fitted on this vehicle.
I moved from having a car with Apple CarPlay which most cars have now, even cheaper cars, to a very outdated entertainment system with extremely limited and basic Apps to use. Also, this App has to remain open and running while connected so basically, you can’t touch your iPhone while using this App. You can’t text, use basic stuff these days such as Waze, WhatsApp, text messages, Zoom, emails, nothing! This app is totally worthless. The only associated app I saw that I liked required a $100 download and a monthly subscription and I wasn’t even sure if it works.
Very limited App to the current day technology. I think LR is very behind in this matter. I know I don’t have a $100K car but still, I decided to move to a Range Rover because of the always high end features and this was a HUGE disappointment.
Really Land Rover?
I spent $80K on a vehicle that doesn’t even have an integrated entertainment system as good as a Hyundai! I travel and rent cars lots. These days if I plug my iPhone into the USB connector of the rental car 99 times out of 100 I can control the entertainment - Pandora or Apple Music - direct from the car’s console. Nope, not in my Range Rover Sport.
I love the vehicle for the ride through all kinds of nasty conditions - snow, ice, rain...but I am nearly forced to listen to the radio like I were stuck in the 90’s. Come in Land Rover! Outsource your software development to people who know how to do it. Stick to designing and manufacturing cars and let professionals implement what has already been used by dozens of car companies around the world.
I am just hoping that someday there will magically be a software update that makes this all better...if not it is the very last Range Rover I’ll buy!
Terrible app in a great car
I love my Evoque: it got me through rain, snow storms, icy roads. But while 2 years ago I could plug in my iPhone and enjoy music, it now came to a point that I'm not able to connect at all: not through USB or Bluetooth. The only thing I can periodically achieve is plug in the phone, manually open up music album and project it through car's stereo system, while interface reads "Unknown title, Unknown artist". After recent app update I was hoping for some improvement, but nothing changed. I finally deleted the app. Have to stick with satellite radio!!
I don't know how much of this is Apple fault, since I'm not able to sync the phone on my Corvette's CarPlay either: it crashes the interface and both companies blame each other. But at least Bluetooth connection works ( sort of).
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.