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
Ratings and Reviews
iOS 11 support?????
It was never great, but at least it vaguely worked. But since I upgraded to iOS 11 3 months ago (beta release) it stopped working completely. Fair enough I thought, I’m running a beta and Land Rover will catch up in time for the general release of iOS 11.
Well, iOS 11 is now available to everyone and still the app doesn’t work. So navigation apps like Sygic that I paid nearly £100 to make the Land Rover have a decent sat nav (rather than the in-built rubbish one) doesn’t work currently.
Sort it out.
I took the plunge and came away from top of the range Audi’s for the last 20 years.
Spent £107,000 on what is a lovely looking great to drive - but a pile of technological poo - sorry JLR but the first 6 months I could live with the constant non functioning in car bits and lived Day by Day pinning hope of development with the update for the 30,000 issues that JLR concluded with the In Control software -promised for May / June / July then finally after not giving me a date - I was told come in and we will put you the latest test update in Oct - nothing has changed - not for the best that’s for sure - in fact Apple evolved with IOS11 and the Bluetooth With JLR can’t cope with it ! ! Now connects less than ever dropping back to the phone speaker while still connected more than ever - but it’s ok JLR are working on it !! IOS13 will be available by the time they fix 11 - guys please buy in some German Technology and don’t be embarrassed as you make a great strong well over priced top end 4 x 4 - stick to that and use an Audi or a Merc system for the other bits - it may stop people like me trying to back the car I dreamed off back after less than 9 months !!
Very poor for a car costing £75k
Poor and unreliable. The car frequently either does not connect with the phone or randomly disconnects and can’t find it again. My car has been back to the dealer twice to have these issues resolved without success. It does t seem to matter what version of iOS or app you have. Speaking to fellow landrover owners it seems to be a common theme.
Even when the app suit works, the apps are poor. There is better functionality for controlling music through the Bluetooth connection. No simple way to listen to podcasts or Apple audio books. The other apps that can be installed are also a bit of a con. Whilst free on the phone, they require fees to be paid before they can be used through the car interface.
In summary, landrover should be ashamed. It’s not a patch on Apple CarPlay and more akin to something I’d expect on a low budget end car, not from a premium luxury brand.
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- 42.9 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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