Land Rover iGuide 4+

Land Rover

Designed for iPad

    • 2.3 • 91 Ratings
    • Free



Land Rover iGuide is a convenient way to access owner manual information for selected Land Rover models.

Enhanced by a visual search, keyword search, bookmark functionality, a library of video clips and a reference list of frequently asked questions, iGuide will help you explore the features and to explain the functionality of your Land Rover.

No login required. Just select your vehicle details and the application will download the content to your phone, so it is available when you are offline. Only videos require internet connection.

What’s New

Version 4.2.0

iGuide undergoes continuous improvement. Install the latest version to keep the app up to date and maintain optimal user experience.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

TaysideRover ,

A nice idea, but…

In theory, a very good idea. However. I don’t find it the easiest to navigate and prefer the old fashioned manual in the glove box.

Also, in recent days, the guide hasn’t worked, the index is visible but selecting any topics just brings up a blank page. This isn’t helpful when you’re on the road and trying to find information about the vehicle.

Kmeand ,

Should be great. In reality useless

Having the entire guide on my phone is a great idea. Unfortunately the guide has three major flaws.

Firstly you cannot actually search in any meaningful way. If I search charge port, nothing comes up relating to the charge port. Some other irrelevant results one up, but nothing to do with charging. It seems to only allow you to search using the category names, rather than an actual search of the text in the manual. So it is easier to just plough through the headings and work out how to hunt down where things are hidden

Secondly- the information in the iGUIDE is woefully inadequate, a broad summary at best. Somethings don’t even apply to my car. The charge port section of the guide bears no resemblance to my Range Rover sport and doesn’t refer to buttons I have on my car. Please either make it accurate or give me a manual. This is close to useless.

Thirdly, the index is not even sorted alphabetically. It looks like it is, but when you actually start looking for something you realise that it is sorted by first letter (“C” for example) but then everything under C is randomly listed.
Utterly, utterly incomprehensible not to have an index page listed alphabetically.

coolth ,

A big disappointment

Looks good and slick but finding what you want is like looking for a needle in a haystack. The search function is pathetic too. Found the answer sat in stationery traffic by going through what seemed like every menu option on the car itself. Not very sophisticated. If only there was a paper manual that would almost certainly have been better than the app! Is there a word for a rubbish app? A cr#pp perhaps?

App Privacy

The developer, Land Rover, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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