The Toyota Link application allows you to send navigation destinations from your smartphone to your vehicle. Connect your vehicle to Toyota Link via Bluetooth to make a more informed decision about your drive. The in-vehicle Toyota Link applications can tell you the weather, view your calendar, assist you planning your destination and more.
Please note this app will only function if you own a Toyota Vehicle compatible with the Toyota Link service.
Please note navigation functions are only available on certain models (where navigation is fitted).
For more information consult www.toyota.com.au/toyotalink
Headunit connection stability improvements.
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I would throw it out if it wasn’t part of the car. Still doesn’t deliver.
One again Toyota has failed its customers. What happened to fuel finder? Weather radar. The only apps I use are either gone or are now rubbish. How is this an improvement? Why do I need a calendar? Still can’t navigate from my phone. I have GPS and apparently it’s the latest version but doesn’t show my street in navigation I’ve been living there for 6 years. The Toyota link is not a great offering. It is rubbish. Nothing intuitive about it. Why does Toyota punish us with this? How about listening to your customer, then you’ll know how to fix this useless system.
Toyota’s troublesome app development
Yikes, a multi billion dollar company can’t figure out how to make integrated mobile phone app for their customers. Previous update broke service but this update while it fixes issues it creates a total new problem as this update removes features rather than fix them. Weather app is now pointless even launching as it doesn’t auto location update, no rain radar nor a 5 day outlook. Petrol station finder is now gone completely. What I can say for us owners... Thank goodness that Apple CarPlay will be available in Australia for certain models in 2020 but unfortunately retrofit options will be limited for old models and won’t be free so expect a large cost.
Mapping updates on speed would be great
It would be great if the mapping program would recognise the true speed of the road. Having the “please obey the road rules” constantly yelling at you on a road signposted 70km/hr and the app thinks it’s 60km/hr which it was 3 years ago and the car recognises it’s 70 and 10km of driving with car yelling at you to obey the rules when you are and no ability to silence it is a joke. Only way is to navigate through a massive amount of settings to figure out how to turn it off. It happens all the time especially in school zones when not school times. A safety feature is great but not when it impacts you driving safely and you can’t turn it off.
- Toyota Motor Corporation Australia Ltd
- 87 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2017 Toyota Motor Corporation Australia
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.