Land Rover Remote 4+

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Land Rover

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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The Land Rover Remote App keeps you in touch with your Land Rover when you’re not in your vehicle, delivering greater control than ever before over security and comfort settings.

The App’s enhanced features, improved functionality and intuitive interface affords peace of mind, more efficient journey planning and greater well-being for you and your passengers.

Use the App to remotely:
- Prepare for a trip by checking fuel range and dashboard alerts
- Locate your vehicle on a map and get walking directions to it
- Check if doors or windows are open
- View journey information
- In the event of a breakdown, request Optimised Land Rover Assistance
- Plan future journeys and sync with your vehicle*
- Connect your favourite music and lifestyle applications to your InControl account for use in vehicle.*

For vehicles with InControl Remote Premium, the following additional features are available:
- Check on your vehicle security status and lock/unlock your vehicle if required
- Cool or heat your vehicle to the desired temperature prior to your journey*
- Locate your vehicle in a crowded car park with ‘beep and flash’ functionality.

*Availability and function depending on vehicle capability, software and market.

Download the Land Rover InControl Remote App and then login using your Land Rover InControl username and password to connect to your vehicle. This App requires subscription to one of the following packages fitted to the vehicle:
- InControl Protect
- InControl Remote
- InControl Remote Premium.

For further information, including which models Land Rover InControl is available on, visit

For technical assistance visit the owner’s section of

IMPORTANT: ONLY JAGUAR/LAND ROVER OFFICIAL APPS MAY BE USED TO ACCESS YOUR VEHICLE OR ITS FUNCTIONS. Official Apps are recognisable as originating from “Jaguar Limited” or “Land Rover” or “JLR-Land Rover” or “JLR-Land Rover” or “Jaguar Land Rover Limited”. Unofficial apps are not endorsed in any way by Jaguar Land Rover Limited. We have no control or responsibility over them. Use of unofficial apps may cause security risks or other harm to the vehicle and its functions. JLR will not be responsible under vehicle warranty or in any manner for any loss or damage you suffer resulting from the use of unofficial apps.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 2.13.2

General improvements
Improved logic if the App is trying to start EV charging and the status is stuck in "Initializing", thereby allowing the user to restart charging from the Charging screen
General stability improvements

New supported languages

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
500 Ratings

500 Ratings

Senecaman ,

Was a great app 7 years ago. Now it’s rubbish

Came with the car when purchased 7 years ago and I’ve renewed the subscription ever since. Problems started 2 years ago when it stopped recording total mileage and became unreliable. Lately it’s randomly stopped recording journeys. I actually needed the vehicle location facility when I couldn’t find the car park when on holiday. App said it was parked at home.
Spoke to the dealer and they want more than £200 to investigate.
As I type this I’m looking at a locked car on my driveway and the app says the doors are open.
Great idea but poor implementation. If it still worked it would be great.. but unfortunate it doesn’t work.

PadicomGB ,

Missing features from version 1….

I have both version 1 and this newer version of the app. My vehicle does not have the abilty to use some of the more esoteric features, such as remote heating etc.
However, unless I’m misunderstanding how to use it (!), I cannot find the ‘Last known positition of the vehicle’ or the ‘Direction to your vehicle’ features that are available in version 1. These were very useful since they enabled you to check if the car had been moved from where you parked it, eg ifyou used valet parking, to get back to your car where parked in a large and unfamilar parking area, or to check if it had ever been moved whilst in for service (!!!).
It would also be useful if the new app ever stopped trying to find the range and security status, which although agreeing with the version 1 app just keeps cycling.
In short, while I’m sure some will appreciate the additional features, it would be good if the version 2 app was able to do what the older version could, albeit that that too was unrealiable and buggy. Other manufacturers are able to do much much better, surely Landrover needs to get ther act together

Developer Response ,

Hi PadicomGB - On the home landing page, you should see a street name - if you click this, you will see the last known parked location; if you click the arrow, this will give you a map provider to choose how to choose to get the directions.

On the continued cycling, data is faded when older than 2 minutes, and bold when the data is up to date - You can force the data to refresh by pulling down.

I hope that helps to improve your experience.

Crofted ,

No fit for purpose or the brand.

I would be embarrassed to have written this. As the owner of a £100k car, it would be really nice to be able go run remote climate remotely in cold weather so I can open the doors or check if the car is locked etc but 75% of the time the app cannot connect to my account. If I can log in it obviously cannot get up to date data on the car as it seems to have stale data. It thinks the car is somewhere it was 2 weeks ago & unlocked when I can see it outside my house locked & alarmed. It also thinks the allocated time for climate has been used. Despite the car being use several times since the last time remote climate was used. You are about to launch a series of electric cars & we are going to need to know they are charging, pre-condition the battery & where the nearest charger is. Get some new developers (poach some from Tesla or Apple). If your software ecosystem is unreliable it does not matter how good the hardware is you will lose customers. Look what happened when Apple launched the iPod & Sony tried to compete with Walkman. Sort it out!!!

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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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